Editors’ Notes Nada Surf broke into the US indie scene in the mid-'90s, wielding a brash brand of grunge guitars and sarcasm that saw them flirt briefly with the charts. While their mainstream appeal would wane with time, the releases that followed kept the vitality of their alt-rock identity intact. Albums like 2002's Let Go reveal an increasingly mature, contemplative sound with swaying indie lullabies and affecting vocals that prevail even as the guitars soar. Their various covers include an intriguingly eerie take on influential alt-rockers Pixies and a languidly romantic reading of synth-pop Brits OMD.

SONG
ALBUM
Always Love
3:18
 
Popular
3:48
 
Inside of Love
4:58
 
Where Is My Mind
4:20
 
See These Bones
5:10
 
Blizzard Of ' 77
2:09
 
Believe You're Mine
4:35
 
Hi-Speed Soul
4:39
 
Do It Again
3:39
 
Fruit Fly
4:34
 
Cold to See Clear
4:05
 
Whose Authority
3:01
 
Killian's Red
6:13
 
Friend Hospital
4:57
 
Blankest Year
2:12
 
Beautiful Beat
4:38
 
I Like What You Say
3:08
 
Happy Kid
4:10
 
80 Windows
4:24
 
Weightless
3:32
 
Something I Should Do
4:31
 
Blonde On Blonde
4:34
 
Hyperspace
4:36
 
If You Leave
4:50
 
When I Was Young
5:18
 

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