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The melodically screeching post-punk outfit's early work was always a bit rough around the edges to say the least, largely accounting for such a gritty allure amongst fans. Not as strong as Domestica and Ugly Organ but it's still fine material. With some of Storm's more thoughtful compositions thoug ...

LP £18.49 15PR05

Remastered 180g clear vinyl LP with white smoke swirl, on 15 Passenger. Edition of 2000 copies.

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7/10 Jack Customer review, 15th January 2018

The melodically screeching post-punk outfit's early work was always a bit rough around the edges to say the least, largely accounting for such a gritty allure amongst fans. Not as strong as Domestica and Ugly Organ but it's still fine material. With some of Storm's more thoughtful compositions though we begin to witness the grinding mechanics of front-man Tim Kasher at times yielding into a kinder, gentler thing, which does contrast their wrenching sonic bursts all the more effectively and hinted at the impressive evolution which was to follow.


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