Essentially a repackaging of rarities already compiled on the 2002 'Slanted and Enchanted' reissue, this release reveals little about the iconic band's legacy.
Matador will release a series of Pavement compilations chronicling the band's decade-long career -- arguably one of the most influential to emerge in the ‘90s.
In separate interviews, Pavement's Stephen Malkmus and Scott Kannberg both say they could have been as big as Weezer.
'The Secret History, Vol. 1' is due out on Aug. 11 and, ahead of that day, it’s streaming on NPR.
Pavement's Bob Nastanovich recently said there was a "50-50 chance" Pavement would reunite to play 'The Late Show' when Stephen Colbert takes over.
The clip is taken from 'Every Other Summer,' a documentary chronicling Wilco's Solid Sound festival.
In a recent interview, the frontman said he's happy with the band's legacy from the '90s.
Matador will release 'The Secret History' series, cataloging Pavement rarities from each of their five albums.
It's the secret dream of everyone who ever picked up a guitar and poured his or her heart into music: to one day appear on a baseball card.