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Good news from Stockholm, because Carcass copyists General Surgery importantly though, copyists who know that "Symphonies Of Sickness", not "Reek Of Putrefaction" is the album to ape, much as that comment will be as hotly disputed as our conclusion on "Solace" vs "Please Rain Fall" or, indeed, our clear predilection for the stunning, massively underrated "Forever" over "36 Chambers" have completed their second LP, "Corpus In Extremis - Analysing Necrocriticism" such a "Descanting The Salubrious"-type title.
You won't need a feverishly over-exercised imagination to know what it sounds like: the title track, a "Symphonies" throwback, is a peach.
Bristol's latest slept-on sensation, the Short Storieshave taken only months from album no. Two things jumped out at us initially. One is that it's difficult to recall any album made since, ooh, approx. There is, of course, more to the record than that: similar sentiments to "It Only Hurts" drive "Sink Or Swim", but this time the music is a little breezier, a piece that wouldn't have sounded out of place on Forest Giants' elegant swansong "Things We Do When We're Bored".
There's the album finisher, "Adoration", a thoughtful dissection of the differences between us that we usually gloss over: its gently repetitious cadences give it the feel almost of a lullaby. But the whole LP is anchored by the rather tender narrative of "The Loser's Club", a most delectable slow burn of dramatic Velvetsy guitar-shuffling combined with that rambling feel of the young Fall's most cogent storytelling moments.
It goes on for around 12 minutes, but - and here's the crucial part - a little like the later Fall's "50 Year Old Man", you get sucked into the narrative sufficiently that you could swear those twelve minutes pass in a mere instant or two. And the Album) Filmstars have a 7", "Slow Decay", on the Satisfaction Recording Company that follows their own masterly album of last year with a song as delicate and pained, yet rewarding, as anything on the Short Stories record Onyx's "Roc-in-it" and one part Nightmares On Wax's "70ss" We haven't heard much indeed, we haven't heard enough from Newham Generals since we saw them at the Electric Ballroom in the early summer ofand they put together the 26th best album of the year in They're probably best known for being proteges of Dizzee Rascalbut DR, now seemingly more fond of hob-nobbing with Lily Allen, Joss Stone or the cardboard-indie crowd, hasn't made a record this exciting since "I Luv U".
Or there's Wake The President 's sprightly and in places frankly irresistible "Miss Tierney", one side of a 7" with the often-great Je Suis Animalwhich mingles the brash beauteousness of Felt with some Sarah-ish jangle and only intermittently annoying vocals.
We've Gold - Diversion Tactics - Pubs a lot, mostly on the money, on the next record to mention, so don't propose to say much, only this. One of the sad things about some of the wonderful bands who sprouted up around '86 was that while they produced blissful singles for the next couple of years, relatively few ended up making equally life-affirming first albums: some never progressed to LPs at all, others only when they had grown up a little, or sold out a lot.
So whatever the passage of time does to the Pains of Being Pure At Heartwe can at least all be happy that they have produced a n eponymous full-length, on Fortuna Pop!
The latest 7" from it is "Young Adult Friction", btw. And actually, the same thing goes for Pocketbooks. How many artists can claim to have released a record where the first three songs are really without blemish?
Right now, we can only think of "Straight Outta Compton" obviously. But whereas from track four "Straight Now God only knows what trouble we'd get into if we told you that this record was an even better debut than the Pains', so we'll keep that under our hats and instead record merely that "Flight Paths" is a stream of hummable, always likeable stories, bubbling with lyrical imagination, rippling with a determination to encompass all of London life into a series of vignettes, to treat us to a series of top-deck pop journeys around the city at one point citing the number 23 bus, which we're sure is the one that I, Ludicrous mention in "Carter - They're Unstoppable", bus route reference fans.
They've also largely left that slight church hall-feel long behind, with the songs boasting production that more snugly mimics the art of their arrangements, and we even get re-recordings of the two songs from that superb Atomic Beat 7" that manage not to emasculate the joie de vivre of the originals y'know, we've been scribbling under the ilwttisott umbrella for a decade-plus now, but there are few more bubblingly, buzzingly sublime songs written in that time than "Cross The Line".
The combative "Oppenheimer", indulging a genre obsession with nuclear obliteration. Side two: "Playing With Matches", flickeringly Gold - Diversion Tactics - Pubs and bleak. The savagely short, quite excellent "Invisible War". The nicely aggressive riot-themed riff-grinding of "Burning Britain". A blazing cover of Dumbstruck 's "Victim's Pit". And a second mini-anthem to finish, the singalong but ineffably bleak "Desensitised", a hymn to the emptiness of our staring blankly at TV screens as tragedies unfold abroad.
A short summary? But for 10 tracks clocking in at a dozen-odd minutes, why not? You need to listen to this for real, and feel the burn. Oh, and as no small bonus, there's a CD version on which you also get all twelve tracks from the second best single of"Criminal Record", plus two other brief outings one of which is an unsettlingly sublime second Ripcord cover.
With the duo having sprung their separate ways and us having raved about Jamie's subsequent "Miracles" re-jig, in particular this is a collection of their unfinished second LP and other late-period projects and remixes, meaning that collaborations with a downbeat Jest not Jehst and Warrior Queen at her lewdest best sit alongside remixes of the Elysian Quartet and a Richardson Suite for Piano and Electronics, which in turn mingle happily with darker and harder-edged pieces "Killing Floor" or "Nails"which for their part co-exist with beautiful song fragments the shot-through "Remains Of The Day" and mood pieces the exquisite two-minute clinches of "Shinju Bridge" or "Slug Trawl Depths".
The group's string of catchy hits would eventually propel them to mainstream success. Afrocentricity, spirituality, sexuality, self-empowerment, you name it and Brand Nubian already rapped about it. No topic was off limits with these brothers, who occasionally dropped Five-percent knowledge. They've had no trouble selling records and making a mark in the land of Elvis. With the legendary DJ Muggs manning the board and B-Real offering street wisdom on the mic, Cypress Hill set the industry ablaze with three consecutive platinum albums.
Granted, they were never able to match the intensity of their self-titled debut, arguably a street classic, but their impact is undeniable. Instead, the trio quickly pulled away from their New York peers with their edgy beats and intelligent rhymes. Jada's raspy voice added flavor to his rewind-worthy punchlines; Styles brought the straitjacket flow; while Sheek completed the cipher with a gritty delivery.
When Goodie Mob coined the term "dirty south," southern hip-hop was still taking a backseat to New York and L. However, Goodie Mob and OutKast carried the weight and helped place southern rap back on the map. When Del rhymed, "Life ain't all about busting caps or f--cking b--ches" on "At the Helm," he pretty much professed the group's mantra.
Hiero was the first West LP group to make a lasting impression without thuggin' on wax. We can't imagine many hip-hop heads without Black Moon's gemstone Enta Dah Stage in their collection. Salt 'N Pepa's contribution to hip-hop extends beyond their status LP rap's most significant female group.
They took the entire rap game by storm and grabbed the attention of both men and women with their titillating ditties. Show of hands if you ever caught yourself mimicking Bone Thugs' melodic flow as a teenager. Yeah, me too. When these Midwest boys were Creepin on ah Come Up in the '90s, the game was rife with talented artists of all kinds from all regions.
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