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2 reviews »NURSE WITH WOUND were Excellent at this years ATP festival. They were the first artists to perform on the main stage and really set the atmosphere for the weekend. I can recall a barmaid being utterly confused by the performance "What's it supposed to be? It's just noise" it tickled me that did. 'An Awkward Pause' Special addition double CD is in this week and it begins with a track ... »

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An Awkward Pause by Nurse With Wound
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9/10 Ant Staff review, 15 March 2007
NURSE WITH WOUND were Excellent at this years ATP festival. They were the first artists to perform on the main stage and really set the atmosphere for the weekend. I can recall a barmaid being utterly confused by the performance "What's it supposed to be? It's just noise" it tickled me that did. 'An Awkward Pause' Special addition double CD is in this week and it begins with a track called 'Intravenous' which is a slow country tinged tune that's similar to Earth's recent output. Then it launches into 'Two Shave And A Shine' which they played at that gig. A real surprise, this is a funk bassline led tune featuring David Tibet from Current 93 on vocals with his wild lyrics and deranged voice. Then we get some super dark, atmospheric soundscapes constructed with electronics and all kinds of weird and wonderful instruments. 'Lunar Cement Sidewalk' is paranoia through sound then a melody creeps in and all of a sudden the darkness becomes light. Highly imaginative music that's got me wishing I had time to check out the second disc. Recommended on United Jnana.

10/10 Ned Customer review, 15th February 2011

Nurse With Wound are one of those seminal bands but, like The Fall, they've been around forever and have been unrelentingly productive. If you're Nurse With Wound curious, where do you start?

I'll tell you where, start right here. This album is quite simply, one of their best. In encapsulates all sides of the band and also captures them at their best.

If you're looking for a British answer to Krautrock, then Nurse With Wound are it. They are our own great surrealists. This album also features David Tibert from Current 93 doing vocals on one track and is probably the best thing he's ever done too.


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