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Here's HoZac's Archival Series #5, a 7" from 1980 by Columbus, OH's True Believers. It's a shambling bit of lo-fi acoustic punk/whimsy with arrangements which incorporate air organ, bass, guitar and vocals. One of the songs is basically just the singer repeatedly asking to be let out of a meat freezer. The lengthy song on the B side is my favourite one, with a David Byrne-esque vocal delivery and ...

7" £5.49 ZR-140

Ltd 7" on HoZac Archival. Edition of 600 copies.

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7/10 Mike Staff review, 24 January 2014

Here's HoZac's Archival Series #5, a 7" from 1980 by Columbus, OH's True Believers. It's a shambling bit of lo-fi acoustic punk/whimsy with arrangements which incorporate air organ, bass, guitar and vocals. One of the songs is basically just the singer repeatedly asking to be let out of a meat freezer.

The lengthy song on the B side is my favourite one, with a David Byrne-esque vocal delivery and some pounding momentum from drums, bass and air organ which maintains a stumbling kind of Daniel Johnston-ish quality without sabotaging the song's danceability. Most interestingly of all, though, this band features both Mike Rep and Tommy Jay in their formative years, so it's a bit of a historical document too.


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