Slint | Untitled

Slint | Untitled

10" EP

Touch And Go
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The untitled EP, also known as Untitled or Slint, is the first and only EP and final release by the American rock band Slint. It was recorded in 1989, with the band breaking up the following year; it remained unreleased until 1994.

The songs featured on the EP were recorded in the spring of 1989 with Steve Albini, who engineered Slint's first studio album. The album contains a previously unreleased song, "Glenn", and a reinterpretation of the song "Rhoda" from Tweez.

Both songs were intended to be released as a 12" single on Jennifer Hartman Records, the same label that released Tweez, as original copies of that LP included a flyer advertisement for the 12" as an insert; Slint signed to Touch and Go Records before it was sent to press, however, and the master tapes were shelved. In 1994, Touch and Go released the EP in 10" and CD formats.

A Glenn 6:11
B Rhoda 6:53