|Waves Are Universal|
|Studio album by Rachel Goswell|
|Released||June 14, 2004|
|Genre||Folk rock, singer-songwriter, dream pop|
|Label||4AD (CAD 2414)|
|Rachel Goswell chronology|
|Tiny Mix Tapes|
Waves Are Universal is the debut solo album from former Slowdive and Mojave 3 singer/bassist Rachel Goswell. It was produced by David Naughton, and released by 4AD on June 14, 2004 in the UK and June 22, 2004 in the US. The album was recorded after production and touring for Mojave 3's album Spoon and Rafter resumed. The songs "Plucked" and "Sleepless & Tooting" appeared on Rachel's EP The Sleep Shelter, released prior to the album in May 2004, and both "Coastline" and "Plucked" were remixed and featured on a special single released in February 2005.Waves Are Universal was released to generally positive reviews, receiving an overall 66% positive rating on Metacritic.
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