Blind Windows – Nash the Slash



Blind Windows is the seventh studio album by Canadian musician Nash the Slash, released in 1997. The album features a mix of instrumental and vocal tracks, blending rock, electronic, and classical influences. The title track is a tribute to the late painter Francis Bacon, whose distorted portraits inspired Nash’s own visual style. Other songs deal with themes such as alienation, paranoia, and madness, reflecting Nash’s dark and surreal vision of the world. The album was well received by critics and fans, who praised Nash’s originality and creativity. Blind Windows is considered one of Nash’s best and most mature works, showcasing his versatility and talent as a composer and performer.

The different versions published for this album :