“Providence” consisted of a piano solo by Thurston Moore recorded at his mother’s house using a Walkman, the sound of an amp overheating and a pair of telephone messages left by Mike Watt, calling for Moore from a Providence, Rhode Island payphone, dubbed over one another”. (Source: Wikipedia / Original Link)
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