In their own way, Pavement changed the face of '90s rock just as much as Nirvana, at least for those with an ear closer to the ground of the indie scene. In fact, they virtually defined the indie scene for that decade, and their first full-length album Slanted and Enchanted was the non-anthem of slacker rock. For years after its release, every hip indie band seemed to imitate Pavement's fall-influenced, off-kilter sound and post-functional, obscurantist lyrical approach.
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