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And Show Us

The Dry Mouths

And Show Us

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  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 11

Language: English

Total size: 129.05 Mb

Year: 2013

Total price: $1.37


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320
04:10
9.54 Mb
2
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320
02:53
6.6 Mb
3
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320
03:54
8.93 Mb
4
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320
05:05
11.64 Mb
5
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320
04:48
10.97 Mb
6
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320
03:10
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7
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320
04:42
10.76 Mb
8
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320
03:26
7.85 Mb
9
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320
05:20
12.21 Mb
10
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320
04:21
9.96 Mb
11
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14:34
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The release strategies from the previous albums have not been distorted, with "Harry Reems", "Ray Monk" and the bittersweet "Indelible" so we are dealing with a typical rock of the nineties, almost a Rock for radio (do not draw deceived by such an expression) full of quality and poor of pandering to the rankings, in which are included reports from the classic American alternative flavor and certain currents lapping on the shores of the Indian movement typical of the land of Albion. They are then simply beautiful songs like "Aid Teken Dogs", "Song 4444" and "No Name / Not Named / Nameless" where is erected a greyish muscularity that catapults us straight to the Seattle's nineties, in the middle of Grunge explosion.

It does not end here: "En RR RF" and "Force ET" are the episodes in which the shape of the Rock heard so far begins to smell of parched dust, in which the movements of crude and blatant Stoner mate with alternate strokes of Queens Of the Stone Age, but without abandoning altogether the imprint Grunge and, consequently, remembering certain occasions some of the facets of the style Soundgarden. What is impossible not to note is how the trio of musicians is able to navigate easily within the changing moods of the lineup, including a component to be disturbed and visionary mental journey (the long "The Dawn Star"), nerve atmospheres (" Intermental III") and desolate melancholy ("A Song For Candle"), the voice is also commendable for its ability to model, albeit with minor mutations, depending on the grain emotional at that time favored.

It is a really beautiful album that you should not just get lost!

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