Just look at them. It's fair to say that Slaves haven't been invented to appeal to ears of my vintage. An appearance of this single on the Shaun Keaveny show this morning came very close to spoiling my breakfast They make a right old racket of barely listenable rawk with cockney vocals and buzzsaw riffs. Uuurgggh.
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7" on Virgin EMI.
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10/10 Ben Carver Customer review, 28th September 2015
What a sound. How do 2 men the sound of 1000 . Utter perfection. This is my favourite song on the new album, so good. Buy it!
8/10 Warren Allett Customer review, 11th May 2015
Slaves are a band that continuously put out tracks with a similar feel. In your face shouty punk. But for the first time, they have included singing which works perfectly with this track, with them even at times hitting falsetto! As per usual, the vocal performance from Issac is as cheeky as it ever is, with absolutely ludicrous lyrics both on the A side and double B side. Who the fuck writes about feeding mantarays, or shining shoes with a dirty vest?! Alongside these cheek filled vocals, is a synergy of pure destruction from the stand alone guitar by Laurie and the slimline booming drum set up! A noise that could knock you from Tumbridge Wells to Timbuktu,
With their second LP coming out this year, i'm preparing my self for more silly lyrics, destructive guitar lines, and thundering drums. Yet they are limited to what they can do musically, I love it!
WHO NEEDS MORE THAN TWO PEOPLE TO MAKE A MASS SONIC DESTRUCTION NOWADAYS ANYHOO!
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