I'm on record as naming Shoegazer's Intoxicated Birthday Lies (1997) as the best 90's album you've never heard of, and I stand by that assessment. This sophomore 7" from 1994, however, is not that great, kinda of bad, even (though the last half of "Windblower" is kinda rad). However, this is a great document to show how a young raw band can find it's sea legs and voice and do something amazing in a few short years.
1. Open Your Window