Favorite EPs of the 90s

Using my album formula, here are my favorite EPs from the 1990s:

1. Jim O’Rourke’s Halfway to a Threeway (Drag City) – 1999 – 9.768

2.  Smog’s Kicking a Couple Around (Drag City) – 1996 – 9.740

3.  Illium’s Plexiglass Cube (Hefty) – 1998 – 9.423

4.  Palace Songs’ Hope (Drag City) – 1994 – 9.298

5.  Unwed Sailor’s Firecracker (Burnt Toast Vinyl) – 1998 – 9.074

6. Will Oldham’s Western Music (Acuarela) – 1998 – 8.648

7.  Pedro the Lion’s Whole (Tooth and Nail) – 1997 – 8.582

8.  The Mountain Goats’ Jack & Faye (Self Released) – 1996 – 8.350

9.  Pedro the Lion’s The Only Reason I Feel Secure (Made in Mexico) – 1999 – 7.996

10.  Pavement’s Watery, Domestic (Matador) – 1992 – 7.778

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