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Sonic Youth - EVOL (1986)


Sonic Youth - EVOL (1986)


Tracklist front / back album covers download rar torrent


Side A

1. "Tom Violence"   3:05

2. "Shadow of a Doubt"   3:32

3. "Starpower"   4:48

4. "In the Kingdom #19"   3:24

5. "Green Light"   3:46


Side B

6. "Death to Our Friends"   3:16

7. "Secret Girl"   2:54

8. "Marilyn Moore"   4:04

9. "Expressway to Yr. Skull"   7:19


CD bonus track

10. "Bubblegum" (Kim Fowley cover)   2:49


Cassette version

1. "Green Light"  3:37

2. "Starpower" 4:53

3. "Secret Girl"  2:54

4. "Tom Violence" 3:06

5. "Death to Our Friends" 3:15

6. "Shadow of a Doubt"    3:35

7. "Marilyn Moore" 4:04

8. "In the Kingdom #19" 3:24

9. "Madonna, Sean and Me"   7:20

10. "Bubblegum"  3:00

Note: "Expressway to Yr. Skull" was listed on the back cover as "Madonna, Sean and Me" and on the lyric sheet as "The Crucifixion of Sean Penn".

Note: "Secret Girl" was listed as "Secret Girls" on the inner label of the LP release.



Sonic Youth Band Members

Thurston Moore – vocals, guitar, synthesizer, production

Kim Gordon – vocals, bass guitar, guitar, piano ("Shadow of a Doubt"), production

Lee Ranaldo – guitar, vocals, production, sleeve photography

Steve Shelley – drums, programming, production



Years Active

1981 – 2011 (30 years)


Founded In

New York, New York, United States


Sonic Youth Band Members

Anne DeMarinis (1981 – 1981)

Bob Bert (1982 – 1985)

Jim O'Rourke (1999 – 2005)

Jim Sclavunos (1982 – 1983)

Kim Gordon (1981 – 2011)

Lee Ranaldo (1981 – 2011)

Mark Ibold (2006 – 2011)

Richard Edson (1981 – 1982)

Steve Shelley (1985 – 2011)

Thurston Moore (1981 – 2011)


EVOL is the 3rd studio album by the American alternative rock band Sonic Youth. It was released in May 1986 by SST Records, the band's first release on the label. The album is notable for being the first with a new drummer, Steve Shelley, replacing Bob Bert, and for showing signs of the band's transition from their no wave past toward a greater pop sensibility.

Despite not being successful at the time, the album has received retrospective praise. Pitchfork said that EVOL "[was] where the seeds of greatness were sown", and placed the album 31st on their Top 100 Albums of the 1980s list, alongside Sonic Youth's next two albums, Sister and Daydream Nation, which ranked 14th and first, respectively.


Sonic Youth Band Members
Kim Gordon – vocals, bass, guitar (1981–2011)
Thurston Moore – vocals, guitar (1981–2011)
Lee Ranaldo – guitar, vocals (1981–2011), keyboards (2002-2011)
Steve Shelley – drums (1985–2011)
Mark Ibold – bass, guitar (2006–2011)
Anne DeMarinis – keyboards (1981–1982)
Richard Edson – drums (1981–1982)
Bob Bert – drums (1982, 1983–1985)
Jim Sclavunos – drums (1982–1983)
Jim O'Rourke – bass, guitars, synthesizer (1999–2005)

Sonic Youth Band Full Discography
Confusion Is Sex (1983)
Bad Moon Rising (1985)
EVOL (1986)
Sister (1987)
Daydream Nation (1988)
Goo (1990)
Dirty (1992)
Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star (1994)
Washing Machine (1995)
A Thousand Leaves (1998)
NYC Ghosts & Flowers (2000)
Murray Street (2002)
Sonic Nurse (2004)
Rather Ripped (2006)
The Eternal (2009)

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