Equine Emblem by Elephant Micah

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Limited Vinyl 7" £4.99 GPS32

Limited 7" edn of 370 on The Great Pop Supplement **STOCKROOM FIND!!**.

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Equine Emblem by Elephant Micah
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8/10 Brett 15 October 2008
Also on The Great Pop Supplement this week this week we've got an Elephant Micah 7" called 'Equine Emblem', which sadly comes with a picture of a horse on the front and not one of Natasha Bedingfield. Phil informs me that his last album, Hindu Windmills (which wasn't on The Great Pop Supplement), was 'fucking brilliant' but he likes all sort of rubbish so I'LL be the judge of this. Hmm.. It's very nice actually. The Great Pop Supplement have released four whole tracks here, the first one being a quietly stormy instrumental twanger that almost reminds me of a messier Smashing Pumpkins at times, as odd a comparison as that is, especially when some lead guitar kicks in towards the end. The second track is apparently very similar in style to his last album, being incredibly stripped-down and plaintive.. Very close to being a purely vocal track, it's a little like listening to Will Oldham singing a hymn to himself in a dark, echoey church. A slightly less minimal third track along similar lines and then we've got the fourth, a country stomper that's 3000% 'take your partner by the hand' and 'everybody dosey-doe'. Good single this one, with plenty to get your teeth into. The Great Pop Supplement have done themselves proud with the packaging here too, especially with the lovely Great Pop Supplement swan insert! The Great Pop Supplement have only made 370 of these!


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