Carrot Rope

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"Carrot Rope" is a song from Pavement's 1999 album Terror Twilight. It is erroneously known as "...and Carrot Rope", the "...and" was added to the stylized tracklisting on the back of Terror Twilight signifying that it is the final song on the album and not actually a part of the title. The song was released as a single in May 1999, exclusively in the United Kingdom. Elsewhere, "Spit on a Stranger" was released instead. On the commentary track to the group's Slow Century DVD, Stephen Malkmus explained that this single release was at the specific request of the group's UK label, Domino Records following significant playtime on John Peel's Radio 1 show. "Carrot Rope" would become the band's second and final UK top 40 hit. Despite the single's success, it was not included on The Best of Pavement.

Carrot Rope Pt. 1

"Carrot Rope Pt. 1" is the first of three different formats of the single, all of which were released on May 16, 1999. All 3 formats carry the album version of the song. This one of 2 compact disc editions. The two B-sides accompanying the title track are both found on the contemporaneous US release of Spit on a Stranger. The catalogue number for the CD version is RUG90CD1.

Track listing

  1. "Carrot Rope" 3:52
  2. "Harness Your Hopes" 3:28
  3. "Roll With The Wind" 3:17

Carrot Rope Pt. 2

"Carrot Rope Pt. 2" is the second format of the single, again on compact...
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