Not a new record by the late '90s noiseniks but a re-issue of their second album, 2001's Feet Fall Heavy. The band were known initially for a bluesy delivery with folky instrumentation but by the time this album rolled around they'd begun the move to a more rock based sound with heavy duty nods to the likes of the White Stripes. First time on vinyl.
Vinyl LP £16.99 TPLP1075
LP on One Little Indian - first time on vinyl.
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CD £10.99 TPLP1075CD
Reissue CD on One Little Indian.
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8/10 Jack 23rd September 2015
I listened to this based on the general awesomeness of the song Run. I came to find that there were no others like that song but the rest of the album is rich in character and uniqueness. There is heavy influence from deep southern blues and that is mixed up with rough and loud rock chords, all topped off with other unique flavours and samplings. This album has a wide range of feel to it - sometimes sounding like Nancy Sinatra and other times like a garage band, but it all fits together to create a great album experience that grows on you each time you listen to it.
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