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We've got some more singles from excellent Italian garage rock specialists Goodbye Boozy, who've quietly been putting out singles by all your favourite bands for years now. This one's by Useless Eaters and it's got some nice gnarly garage tones for your ears. 'Linear Movement' on side A is a Tyvek-meets-Eddy Current ripper full of trebly overdriven guitar and Bikes-esque vocal rantings, filthy hig ...

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Ltd 7" on Goodbye Boozy. Edition of 250 copies with 2 different covers.

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Linear Movement / Bloody Ripper by Useless Eaters
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9/10 Mike Staff review, 02 July 2014
We've got some more singles from excellent Italian garage rock specialists Goodbye Boozy, who've quietly been putting out singles by all your favourite bands for years now. This one's by Useless Eaters and it's got some nice gnarly garage tones for your ears. 'Linear Movement' on side A is a Tyvek-meets-Eddy Current ripper full of trebly overdriven guitar and Bikes-esque vocal rantings, filthy high-velocity pop delivered with a sneer.   Things don't get any less snotty on side B but they do head in a slightly glammy, '70s influenced direction like the bastard child of Lantern and Royal Trux. The riffs are big but the guitar tone is all buzzy hi-tones while rhythmically it's almost like a sped up lo-fi version of Uncle Acid. Totally louche, slightly gross. Easily my favourite thing I've heard so far today.

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