℗ ℗ 1990 Sub Pop Records
 

Smell the Magic (Remastered)

L7

Available in MQA and 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC high resolution audio formats

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1.1
Shove (Remastered)
L7
3:13
1.2
Fast and Frightening (Remastered)
L7
2:40
1.3
(Right On) Thru (Remastered)
L7
3:14
1.4
Deathwish (Remastered)
L7
3:48
1.5
Till the Wheels Fall Off (Remastered)
L7
3:46
1.6
Broomstick (Remastered)
L7
3:50
1.7
Packin' a Rod (Remastered)
L7
2:09
1.8
Just Like Me (Remastered)
L7
3:32
1.9
American Society (Remastered)
L7
3:55
Total Playing Time    30:07
This 30th-anniversary edition of the ‘90s underground rock classic Smell the Magic includes all 9 songs from the album, remastered for the first time ever! A multitude of rock music scenes populated the expanse of Los Angeles in 1989: hardcore punk, industrial goth, roots rock, and Sunset Strip hair metal, to name a few. L7 fit into none of them, creating their own unique blend of punk and hard, hooky rock loaded with humor and cultural commentary. Originally released in 1990, Smell the Magic is a a landmark of ’90s feminist rock.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sub Pop Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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