Before I start, I just want to say that this C.D.’s cover art is crap.
“God, did I enjoy listening to this”
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“Weird night, this. ”
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““Shrine of the Black Youth”, crashes into the room; all yowling and tremolo feedback”
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Hey ho, Julian Cope.
As soon as I got out of Luton Airport, I realized that my attempts to look cool by wearing my “granddad chic” clothing would only result in a fully clothed sauna…………………
It exudes that intelligent, spiky, shocking otherness that I’ve not heard in a band’s debut since the first Pixies, Sugarcubes or Mary Chain singles.
Shit, it happened.
Music Shouldn’t Read Like This
God knows how many side shows GBV members are in; I’ve got only two CD, Tobin Sprout’s Moonflower Plastic, and Doug Gillard’s 2006 solo LP Salamander (which are of course, great)…
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