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  • Audio CD (1 April 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Too Pure
  • ASIN: B00005UD03
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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Disc: 1

1. Lightsabre Cocksucking Blues
2. No New Wave No Fun
3. Collagen Rock
4. What We've Learned
5. Day Of The Deadringers
6. Dethink To Survive
7. Fuck This Band
8. To Hell With Good Intentions
9. Clique Application Form
10. The World Loves Us And Is Our Bitch
11. Alan Is A Cowboy Killer
12. Gareth Brown Says
13. Chases
14. Whoyouknow

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If you're tired of punk rock bands scraping clean the stupid barrel to land the lowest common denominator belly-laugh, McLusky Do Dallas might be just the album you're looking for. An incendiary British rock trio that invites comparisons with everyone from Nirvana to the Fall, McLusky specialise in the short, sharp shock: songs that clock in around two minutes in length, but go some way to reinventing the very viscera of punk rock while they're at it. The opening "Lightsabre Cocksucking Blues" is a case in point: an explosion of shattered cymbals and nodule-inducing vocal ferocity that sounds something like post-hardcore merchants Shellac discovering the notion of catchy pop hooks--so perhaps it's no coincidence that Shellac frontman and legendary alternative producer Steve Albini is credited on production duties. But McLusky's strike rate here is literally jaw-dropping: raw, fearless rock songs like "To Hell with Good Intentions" and "Dethink to Survive" landing with a terrifying consistency. But perhaps the most fascinating track is "Fuck This Band", a quiet interlude on the nature of rock music, laced with no mean seam of irony: "Fuck this band / Because they swear too much / It's a obvious ploy / And irresponsible". Equal parts brains, brawn and pure righteous intent, McLusky Do Dallas sounds absolutely unstoppable. --Louis Pattison

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no, seriously, what DID we listen to before we bought this album? it's strange - I had to hear "to hell with good intentions" about 3 times at offbeat([...]) before I thought 'hang on, that's possibly the best song ever....'. then I got the album, and now the donnas, million dead, hot hot heat and a load of other stuff are all gathering dust on my kitchen table.
buy this album, you'll love it.....violently.
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I only recently discovered this gem of an album, I'm devastated to find the band split up last year. I have since purchased their other 2 albums, their debut 'My Pain And Sadness Is More Sad And Painful Than Yours' is also very good although not on a par with this album, follow up 'The Difference Between Me And You Is That I'm Not On Fire' is not nearly on a par, much darker and less immediate tunes.
This album has a nice line in punky thrashes with catchy guitar hooks (reminiscent of Nirvana), frantic cracked vocals (the only similarity to Pixies as far as I'm concerned) and great lyrics. Stand out tracks for me are -Collagen Rock, What We've Learned, To Hell With Good Intentions, Alan Is A Cowboy Killer and Gareth Brown Says, which features the best opening lines ever of 'All of your friends are c**ts, your mother is a ball point pen thief'...
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At times Mclusky sound like the World's best Pixies tribute band playing unreleased PiL songs. I can think of no higher praise.
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I agree with all of the majority of the reviews on here, most notably the one which asks 'what did we listen to before Mclusky?' And this is true, I remember seeing them for the first time in Cooper's Field in 2004 and I was amazed, suddenly nothing mattered apart from Mclusky and the tuneful noise they created....but it wasn't just noise, there was a pop sensibility buried deep in there somewhere for all the talk of hate and anger.
'Mclusky Do Dallas' then, is the snarling love-child of Big Black and The Pixies....a 36-minute noise-punk slab that doesn't give a damn about the consequenses. It starts with possibly one of the catchiest songs of the last 5 years 'Lightsabre C*cksucing Blues' with the derranged cries of 'Are You Coming?' echoing over the most frantic playing since 1977. The album hurdles on, pausing briefly for an introspective 'F**k This Band', which, despite the title is one of the nicest songs Mclusky ever wrote, along with 'Flysmoke' of their 1st album.
Just when you think that they're being too nice, 'To Hell With Good Intentions' kicks off, and it feels so right! To put it simply, you NEED this band...in YOUR life!
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An absolutely fantastic record. Sounds a bit like the Pixies, a bit like Pavement, a bit like Bogshed (!) but, above all else, like McLusky.
Loud guitars, jerky rhythms, hilarious lyrics,
recorded by Steve Albini. What else could you ask for?
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