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1 review » The Liars tune is possibly their most contentious effort yet, a sprawling, demented freeform run through Led Zeppelin's 'How Many More Times' complete with deranged muffled wobble-vox that would make your blood freeze if it came comin' atcha in a forest. I'd like to see these guys tie Robert Plant to a tree in some spooky clearing, scalp him & run round naked, smeared in squirrel poo, ... »

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9/10 Brian Staff review, 15 November 2006
The Liars tune is possibly their most contentious effort yet, a sprawling, demented freeform run through Led Zeppelin's 'How Many More Times' complete with deranged muffled wobble-vox that would make your blood freeze if it came comin' atcha in a forest. I'd like to see these guys tie Robert Plant to a tree in some spooky clearing, scalp him & run round naked, smeared in squirrel poo, taking it in turns to wear his 'mane' of hair whilst slapping each other with plastic spatulas. That's what this crackers deconstruction does for me. Possibly one of the most unhinged NY bands ever. On the flip, Gezzer Mitchell is a Scottish street poet & his track with Little Sparta is another extended piece, 'Feasting on my Heart'. Beginning in spirit a little like that William Campbell & Kevin Macneill 7" 'Local Man Ruins Everything', soon becoming pretty dour like Arab Strap laden with heavy mournful strings ala Rachels darkest moments. It gets weirder, mind, with his weary rant starting to echo back at him & the violin beginning to slice into your mind like a cancerous raven in it's death throes. It does at one point take a turn back towards the light & shows itself as a beautiful, melancholy piece of blackened future folk. Intermittently revealing a torn, twisted soul full of pain & anger, this is not music for the faint hearted, what with it's stained teeth & bloodshot eyes. Brilliant stuff!

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