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Crumbs. If you were impressed by The Wolfhounds comeback effort ‘Cheer Up’ then this could knock your socks clean off.  Despite being a lot older and balder than in their 80’s heyday they remarkably sound EXACTLY the same as if they have been frozen in time and unearthed to give ageing old saps one last noisy thrill before we pop our clogs. ‘Divide and Fall’ ratt ...

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Ltd blood red coloured vinyl 7" on Odd Box. Edition of 300 copies.

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Divide & Fall by The Wolfhounds
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 14 November 2013

Crumbs. If you were impressed by The Wolfhounds comeback effort ‘Cheer Up’ then this could knock your socks clean off.  Despite being a lot older and balder than in their 80’s heyday they remarkably sound EXACTLY the same as if they have been frozen in time and unearthed to give ageing old saps one last noisy thrill before we pop our clogs. ‘Divide and Fall’ rattles along like the 21.22 to Surbiton in a mesh of spiky guitars and dark Sonic Youth like atmospherics. It recalls The Wolfhounds final album before splitting the dark and angular ‘Attitude’. Tremendous stuff. On the flip ‘The Ten Commandments of Public Life’  is a very different beast, singer Callahan sounds eerily calm amidst a tangle of folky guitars. Recommended.

 

 

 

    

 

 

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