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Intially, The Sky Is Too High comes across as a bit scary. The squealing acoustic feedback and industrial noise sounds like something you'd expect to come from Blur's 13.
The intro track, That's All I Wanna Do starts as an upbeat accoustic, wanton love song. Then it explodes into dischordant, lo-fi and powerful noise. All the time, Graham's wonderfully fragile voice wails and warbles all over it. Other tracks, such as I Wish, follow this trend, or the lovely In A Salty Sea buck it, with a gentle accoustic strum. Graham's Telecasters don't get much use untill you hear the wonderfully crazy Who The F***, which shows the direction that some songs in Crow Sit In Blood Tree would take. Raw… Read more