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Expando Brain - Mother Of God, Its Expando Brain! FLAC

Singer:

Expando Brain

Album:

Mother Of God, Its Expando Brain!

Genre:

Rock music

FLAC album size:

1617 mb

MP3 album size:

1277 mb

WMA album size:

1548 mb

Other music formats:

AAC AIFF MP1 WMA ASF APE MIDI

Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Lo-Fi, Hardcore, Indie Rock

Date of release:

1986

Expando Brain - Mother Of God, Its Expando Brain! FLAC


Expando Brain - Mother Of God, Its Expando Brain! FLAC

Tracklist

A1 Happy Part
A2 Thyroid
A3 Get Even
A4 Bored
A5 Metal
B1 It Grew There
B2 Don't Know
B3 Corpuscle
B4 Flogging A Dead Relationship
B5 Circle

Credits

  • Bass – Steve Davis
  • Drums, Vocals – Nick Hook
  • Engineer – Ken French
  • Guitar, Vocals – Steve Smith
  • Producer – Expando Brain, Gary Waleik

Felhalar
These Massachusetts punks are tricky to pin down. An exciting and frankly raw blend of early Soul Asylum and Mission of Burma might be a good starting point in describing Expando Brain. Or, how about New England's response to Squirrel Bait? Something very sonically unkempt is at play in these grooves - dissonant yet approachable after a concerted spin or three. There are some strikingly melodic guitar lines here that sound too lucid to be true given Mother of God’s combustible, off-the-rails aplomb. "Don't Know" and "Thyroid" are worth their weight in ramshackle gold, and those my dear friends, are only a couple of the highlights. It’s sad to think that no one would dare put out anything as spontaneous or approximately chaotic as this record in the Pitchfork era, one that we're apparently ensconced in for good...unless someone with a little gumption and ingenuity is willing to belly up to the bar. BTW, an already schizoid album jacket.
Cobyno
Rad review. Spot on with all you said. Found this in a stack off old records and knew right away it was special. Funny how little it goes for... at the moment. People are the slowest herd.

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