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gallon drunk - the road gets darker from here

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the road gets darker from here
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format:
cd
catalog number:
CH037CD
price:
13.05 €
barcode:
4018939222185
genre:
indie/rock
release:
2012.08.10. 
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Clouds Hill proudly presents: Gallon Drunk 'The Road Gets Darker From Here' - the new album!
THE QUOTE "Gallon Drunk? Cool as fuck." Nick Cave

Following the tragic illness and death of their bassist Simon Wring, acclaimed British band Gallon Drunk return as a three piece with the dynamic new album. Recorded at Clouds Hills Recordings in Hamburg during the summer of 2011, produced by Johann Scheerer (who also produced Robots In Disguise, Faust, a.o.), the band bring the considerable power of their renowned live performances to the new longplayer.

Featuring founder frontman and former Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds member James Johnston (vocals, organ, guitar, harmonica, piano, and bass), Terry Edwards (bass, saxophone and percussion) and Ian White (drums, percussion), the trio have refocused their utterly distinctive musical vision with a collection of impassioned songs, imbued with pure mania, despair and abandonment.

At the state of the art analogue recording studio, Scheerer recorded the band playing the songs live, direct to two-inch tape. This gave a warmth, richness and depth of sound to the recording. Coupled with the band members' own recent experiences, playing and recording with the likes of Tom Waits, Lydia Lunch’s Big Sexy Noise, Faust, Nick Cave, and The Tindersticks, this brought an open minded freshness to the sessions.

From the insistent, slide guitar driven 'A Thousand Years', through the exhilaratingly sleazy, deranged rock 'n' roll of 'You Made Me' (the first 7Inch single to be released from the album with exclusive B-side track 'Now's The Time - CAT# CH038), the menacing melancholia of 'Stuck In My Head' (featuring French singer Marion Andrau of Underground Railroad), to the desperate eruption of guitar fury of 'Hanging On', this is classic, unfettered Gallon Drunk.

Also including the fever dream boogie of 'The Big Breakdown', before the final haunting, enigmatic psychodrama 'The Perfect Dancer' - a miasma of hallucinatory guitars, Hammond organs and slinky voodoo drums - the seventh Gallon Drunk album is an utterly captivating experience!
01. you made me
02. hanging on
03. a thousand years
04. stuck in my head
05. killing time
06. the big breakdown
07. i just can't help but stare
08. the perfect dancer
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