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I think El Doom & The Born Electric are ruddy brilliant. I just told Phil I think there should be more bands like them and he said, and I quote, “It’s a good job you’re not the president of music.” He doesn’t like them you see. Which is fair enough, they peddle a brand of cheesy, technical progressive rock with big balls-out mathy riffs, full-throated Mike Patt ...

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The Teeth That Match My Wounds by El Doom & The Born Electric
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9/10 Mike Staff review, 26 June 2012

I think El Doom & The Born Electric are ruddy brilliant. I just told Phil I think there should be more bands like them and he said, and I quote, “It’s a good job you’re not the president of music.” He doesn’t like them you see.

Which is fair enough, they peddle a brand of cheesy, technical progressive rock with big balls-out mathy riffs, full-throated Mike Patton-esque vocals, huge great fat guitar tones with super-tight bits of close harmony and shamelessly fun shredding, bombastic, taut drumming. Basically everything unfashionable about rock music bundled together in a super-dense block of pure teenage wet dream indulgence.

I’m giving the lead track a second listen through and Business Lady isn’t super pleased about it because she thinks both tracks are, and I quote, “totally foul”. Kim says she really likes it but “you have to bear in mind that I did have a massive Alterbridge phase”. Basically I’m buying one for myself but you’ll probably hate it.


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