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Old 10.17.2008, 11:42 AM   #63
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"Sky" of "Harsh 70s Reality" has to be the penultimate statement of Noise Punk/Rock. The track does indeed rock; its sort of a fuzzy power chord track with really catchy drum patterns and high pitched distorted punk vocals all the while guided by tons and tons and tons of electronic and guitar feedback, this goes on for about 3 minutes (wow! a three minute noise song! a real song!), untill the last 40 seconds which then goes into nihilist Noise mode. amazing track. Then it leads right into "Love" which is actually reminescent of much of Neil Young's more Skronk-based stuff, but nonetheless with far more drones and an ever-present feedback fuss looming in the background which definitley ain't Neil's style. Nevertheless, an amazing one two punch for this amazing record.
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