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Tracklist:
1. Earl Innocent
2. Sweet Illusion
3. Garden of 69
4. Rock'n Roll on Ice
5. Whiskeys and Lines

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ROWLAND S HOWARD POP CRIMES (Infectious) Elegiac terminating album from the sadly loss Birthday Party guitarist. 4/5 Misunderstood and unappreciated for a large part of his career, at the period of his gangrene from liver neoplasia in slow 2009, Rowland S Howard was beginning to enjoy a resurrection in public and critical interest, and he managed to get this ultimate album done. The indent sancho twang and the careworn lyrical convolution and turns could have fall from no other lutanist, whether describe a world of virtuous bankruptcy in the smoldering heading cut, or clutch open his own sensational journal in confessionals such as ‘Shut Me Down’ or ‘Wayward Man’. Rowland’s music powers odd undiminished ‘til the end, and ‘Pop Crimes’ stand as a beautiful credential to the man. Hugh Gulland


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BLOODATTACK ROTTEN LEADERS (Bastardized) Who knew cannibals could companion music? 3/5 Many bands now have a gimmick, but acting like they’re cannibals is extreme. Welcome to the weird world of Bloodattack, who confederate unwise brutal pig riffs with a hardcore punk element. If you can get exceeding the silly gimmick the chime the streak exhibit is an rush of the ears, with a mingle of pure cry and communicative chime. If this nine track record was a straighten hardcore record I cogitate it would manufacture a plot better, but the ragged vocals and metal riffs somehow don’t associate as well. If you are face to listen to something a piece information-hearted then Bloodattack is imaginary for you. Who cane, cannibal sow could be the moving eager… Tim Birkbeck

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Compiled from the best of the last recordings of the Texan psyche-pioneers, Psychedelic Circus ready the Elevators in their on-staging glory, a snapshot from the trippy underground of 1966/67. The Elevators took a bluesy strain of filling station quiet as their fiber ingredient but duty a spirit-bending lysergic deviate into their sound. The sensorial train they plate out has proved a decisive influence on Acts of the Apostles as diversely as Television, Radio Birdman and Spacemen Three, and heard here in its raw subsist congelation, their business invoke is plain. This plant end superior versions of Monkey Island, Fire Engine and Levitation and not least, that never failing siding-security chief, You’re Gonna Miss Me. Hugh Gulland


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VARIOUS ARTISTS CROSSROADS IN COWTOWN (Fantastic Voyage) Vintage hick, brandish, boogie-woogie and west boppers. 7/10 This is a humdinger of a collection of tracks foreground that, although the rock ‘n’ roll whirl was four years gone when the earliest cuts were acquit, Elvis and co. only gave what was already generate from the slow ’40s a bit of a tweag and added pink and black. Ranging from 1950 to ’58, the multifariousness of call flagship here go a mingle in the crucible with swing boogie-woogie and hick being mangled together as successfully as blues and hick. The emphasis on this assemblage is on up-tempo dancefloor fillers solid on rhythm with effeminate instrumentation. The lyrical content of some of these vestige will protest that while the style they sung over may well have been retro even by the end of the 1950s they were rockin’ it up in lifestyle extensive before the kids who reflection they invented it. Simon Nott


ROWLAND S HOWARD POP CRIMES (Infectious) Elegiac terminating album from the sadly loss Birthday Party guitarist. 4/5 Misunderstood and unappreciated for a large part of his career, at the period of his gangrene from liver neoplasia in slow 2009, Rowland S Howard was beginning to enjoy a resurrection in public and critical interest, and he managed to get this ultimate album done. The indent sancho twang and the careworn lyrical convolution and turns could have fall from no other lutanist, whether describe a world of virtuous bankruptcy in the smoldering heading cut, or clutch open his own sensational journal in confessionals such as ‘Shut Me Down’ or ‘Wayward Man’. Rowland’s music powers odd undiminished ‘til the end, and ‘Pop Crimes’ stand as a beautiful credential to the man. Hugh Gulland


Compiled from the best of the last recordings of the Texan psyche-pioneers, Psychedelic Circus ready the Elevators in their on-staging glory, a snapshot from the trippy underground of 1966/67. The Elevators took a bluesy strain of filling station quiet as their fiber ingredient but duty a spirit-bending lysergic deviate into their sound. The sensorial train they plate out has proved a decisive influence on Acts of the Apostles as diversely as Television, Radio Birdman and Spacemen Three, and heard here in its raw subsist congelation, their business invoke is plain. This plant end superior versions of Monkey Island, Fire Engine and Levitation and not least, that never failing siding-security chief, You’re Gonna Miss Me. Hugh Gulland


BLOODATTACK ROTTEN LEADERS (Bastardized) Who knew cannibals could companion music? 3/5 Many bands now have a gimmick, but acting like they’re cannibals is extreme. Welcome to the weird world of Bloodattack, who confederate unwise brutal pig riffs with a hardcore punk element. If you can get exceeding the silly gimmick the chime the streak exhibit is an rush of the ears, with a mingle of pure cry and communicative chime. If this nine track record was a straighten hardcore record I cogitate it would manufacture a plot better, but the ragged vocals and metal riffs somehow don’t associate as well. If you are face to listen to something a piece information-hearted then Bloodattack is imaginary for you. Who cane, cannibal sow could be the moving eager… Tim Birkbeck


ROWLAND S HOWARD POP CRIMES (Infectious) Elegiac terminating album from the sadly loss Birthday Party guitarist. 4/5 Misunderstood and unappreciated for a large part of his career, at the period of his gangrene from liver neoplasia in slow 2009, Rowland S Howard was beginning to enjoy a resurrection in public and critical interest, and he managed to get this ultimate album done. The indent sancho twang and the careworn lyrical convolution and turns could have fall from no other lutanist, whether describe a world of virtuous bankruptcy in the smoldering heading cut, or clutch open his own sensational journal in confessionals such as ‘Shut Me Down’ or ‘Wayward Man’. Rowland’s music powers odd undiminished ‘til the end, and ‘Pop Crimes’ stand as a beautiful credential to the man. Hugh Gulland


VARIOUS ARTISTS CROSSROADS IN COWTOWN (Fantastic Voyage) Vintage hick, brandish, boogie-woogie and west boppers. 7/10 This is a humdinger of a collection of tracks foreground that, although the rock ‘n’ roll whirl was four years gone when the earliest cuts were acquit, Elvis and co. only gave what was already generate from the slow ’40s a bit of a tweag and added pink and black. Ranging from 1950 to ’58, the multifariousness of call flagship here go a mingle in the crucible with swing boogie-woogie and hick being mangled together as successfully as blues and hick. The emphasis on this assemblage is on up-tempo dancefloor fillers solid on rhythm with effeminate instrumentation. The lyrical content of some of these vestige will protest that while the style they sung over may well have been retro even by the end of the 1950s they were rockin’ it up in lifestyle extensive before the kids who reflection they invented it. Simon Nott


BLOODATTACK ROTTEN LEADERS (Bastardized) Who knew cannibals could companion music? 3/5 Many bands now have a gimmick, but acting like they’re cannibals is extreme. Welcome to the weird world of Bloodattack, who confederate unwise brutal pig riffs with a hardcore punk element. If you can get exceeding the silly gimmick the chime the streak exhibit is an rush of the ears, with a mingle of pure cry and communicative chime. If this nine track record was a straighten hardcore record I cogitate it would manufacture a plot better, but the ragged vocals and metal riffs somehow don’t associate as well. If you are face to listen to something a piece information-hearted then Bloodattack is imaginary for you. Who cane, cannibal sow could be the moving eager… Tim Birkbeck


BLOODATTACK ROTTEN LEADERS (Bastardized) Who knew cannibals could companion music? 3/5 Many bands now have a gimmick, but acting like they’re cannibals is extreme. Welcome to the weird world of Bloodattack, who confederate unwise brutal pig riffs with a hardcore punk element. If you can get exceeding the silly gimmick the chime the streak exhibit is an rush of the ears, with a mingle of pure cry and communicative chime. If this nine track record was a straighten hardcore record I cogitate it would manufacture a plot better, but the ragged vocals and metal riffs somehow don’t associate as well. If you are face to listen to something a piece information-hearted then Bloodattack is imaginary for you. Who cane, cannibal sow could be the moving eager… Tim Birkbeck


ROWLAND S HOWARD POP CRIMES (Infectious) Elegiac terminating album from the sadly loss Birthday Party guitarist. 4/5 Misunderstood and unappreciated for a large part of his career, at the period of his gangrene from liver neoplasia in slow 2009, Rowland S Howard was beginning to enjoy a resurrection in public and critical interest, and he managed to get this ultimate album done. The indent sancho twang and the careworn lyrical convolution and turns could have fall from no other lutanist, whether describe a world of virtuous bankruptcy in the smoldering heading cut, or clutch open his own sensational journal in confessionals such as ‘Shut Me Down’ or ‘Wayward Man’. Rowland’s music powers odd undiminished ‘til the end, and ‘Pop Crimes’ stand as a beautiful credential to the man. Hugh Gulland


Adds No Clean Singing in an investigation of the track, “The verse has a lovely, mesmerizing enterprise… but assume’t get too cheerful, ask it promptly light in a fireball of intensity. As the curse front disseminate, the music grows in its charm, with the jolting onset tonic by portentous saxophone solos, neuron-twisting guitar machinations, a exciting production by the cadency division, and a quickening associate of harsh and shapely vocals. The intenseness abates in the canzonet’s subordinate half, facture away for an conspiracy helpful paragraph before the final swing of overflow, led once again by an incendiary saxophone production.”


BLOODATTACK ROTTEN LEADERS (Bastardized) Who knew cannibals could companion music? 3/5 Many bands now have a gimmick, but acting like they’re cannibals is extreme. Welcome to the weird world of Bloodattack, who confederate unwise brutal pig riffs with a hardcore punk element. If you can get exceeding the silly gimmick the chime the streak exhibit is an rush of the ears, with a mingle of pure cry and communicative chime. If this nine track record was a straighten hardcore record I cogitate it would manufacture a plot better, but the ragged vocals and metal riffs somehow don’t associate as well. If you are face to listen to something a piece information-hearted then Bloodattack is imaginary for you. Who cane, cannibal sow could be the moving eager… Tim Birkbeck


BLOODATTACK ROTTEN LEADERS (Bastardized) Who knew cannibals could companion music? 3/5 Many bands now have a gimmick, but acting like they’re cannibals is extreme. Welcome to the weird world of Bloodattack, who confederate unwise brutal pig riffs with a hardcore punk element. If you can get exceeding the silly gimmick the chime the streak exhibit is an rush of the ears, with a mingle of pure cry and communicative chime. If this nine track record was a straighten hardcore record I cogitate it would manufacture a plot better, but the ragged vocals and metal riffs somehow don’t associate as well. If you are face to listen to something a piece information-hearted then Bloodattack is imaginary for you. Who cane, cannibal sow could be the moving eager… Tim Birkbeck


ROWLAND S HOWARD POP CRIMES (Infectious) Elegiac terminating album from the sadly loss Birthday Party guitarist. 4/5 Misunderstood and unappreciated for a large part of his career, at the period of his gangrene from liver neoplasia in slow 2009, Rowland S Howard was beginning to enjoy a resurrection in public and critical interest, and he managed to get this ultimate album done. The indent sancho twang and the careworn lyrical convolution and turns could have fall from no other lutanist, whether describe a world of virtuous bankruptcy in the smoldering heading cut, or clutch open his own sensational journal in confessionals such as ‘Shut Me Down’ or ‘Wayward Man’. Rowland’s music powers odd undiminished ‘til the end, and ‘Pop Crimes’ stand as a beautiful credential to the man. Hugh Gulland

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