Strive to Survive
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13: Sick Butchers
14: Background of Malfunction
15: Neu Smell: Intro Poem
16: Tube Disaster
17: Neu Smell: Outro Poem
Note further that the order of the Neu Smell tracks doesn't match the order from the original release. They put the songs from side two first, and then got the names all confused.
topics-in a little less emphatical way -with corrosive hardcore punk,
full of guitar feedback and shouting ,characteristic of this style.There are,nonetheless,some twisted melodic lines
along,which gives this band their unique and peculiar sound.I really can't reccomend this highly enough,and if you
can put up with some less than perfect sound,¨Live Statement¨features all of these songs at a live performance in Nottingham,versions being even rawer,especially the singing.Bear in mind,though,Strive...has a rather uneven tonal quality to it,so an equalizer is mandatory to unleash the astonishingly authoritative drumming delivered by the
drummer,it does'nt get better than this,mind you
13. Poem: Sick Butchers, 14. Background Malfunction, 15. Neu Smell, 16. Tube Disasters, 17. Poem: End. Now keep in mind these are the actual track titles...just all in the wrong order. I would have given this album *****, but mis-titled tracks are unforgivable!
Amazon needs to correct this!!!
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