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Best albums of 1992

Mr. Paul J. Bradshaw
 
Henry's Dream
Henry's Dream
"Cave's best: a mix of the stomping, the sad, and some great stories"
Suede
Suede
"A blistering debut, soaring, intense and gloriously poppy"
Palomine
Palomine
"Much underrated band's debut - strangled guitars meet mournful vocals: perfect"
Eleven Eleven
Eleven Eleven
"Another debut with strangled guitars and mournful vocals, only this time more substance abused than love abused."
Going Blank Again
Going Blank Again
"Starts and ends with two of the best tracks in Indie: OX4 is gloriously homesick"
Red Heaven
Red Heaven
"Without Donnelly they sounded so raw, but so good. Pearl is Hersh' finest hour."
Down Colorful Hill
Down Colorful Hill
"Red House Painters made some of the saddest music ever: this is where it began"
Dry
Dry
"Raw, gutsy, pained and unashamedly female. One of the best grunge records ever."
Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Selected Ambient Works 85-92
"One of the records that defined ambient. More dreamy than his later techno work"
Liar
Liar
"Taut, driving, angry angry and a little bit funny too."
Body Exit
Body Exit
"More mainstream follow up to the dubbier Pigeonhole: Beatlemania is one of their best. Intelligent indie."