Here come The Grifters, a Memphis-based indie band with a scrappy, lo-fi, happily-noisy kick to them, particularly on their earlier records. 1994’s Crappin’ You Negative is one of those records, and arguably the band’s best. Thoroughly-90’s DIY action. Initially released by Shangri-La Records and now reissued by Fat Possum.
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9/10 Jack Customer review, 1st March 2018
This record will kick you, turn you inside out, love you, and then leave you pushing replay again and again. if you don't care about genres, but just like original, exciting, soulful, beautiful noise this is for you. Innovative (not superfluous) tempo and genre changes, sweet singing and angry growling, fast-driving fury to poignant pop -- from the quiet fury of Dead Already, Felt-Tipped Over, and Junkie Blood to the funked up anthem rockers of Rats, Spaceship, and Cinnamon -- this album's greatness does not once let up.
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