Pop culture treasure, high culture trash.
"I think at the time we weren't necessarily trying to draw attention to any kind of larger knowledge or to imply a desired place in the canon of rock," Brownstein suggests. "It was just a band that we loved and we had a similar picture of me playing guitar in the studio. "As with many things, it happened accidentally. But it's interesting because with our new record there are people that seem so surprised that the references are drawn from more of a classic rock canon. And I always think, 'Well, in 1997 we had an album cover that was taken from The Kinks. It's not like we just discovered music!' "
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