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on 14 March 2001
Did anyone else feel that the early 90s were really the last period that England was producing solid music? Bands like Bark Psychosis, Moose, Gallon Drunk, Silverfish, Insides, etc. were producing intelligent music (some of these names are still active) but it will be hard to find any Brit-Pop or post-Oasis bands doing creative work like the aforementioned. Bark Psychosis liked to champion themselves as the successors of Talk Talk; fair enough, the ambience there. But what's suprising is that they were making music like this in their late teens. "Blue" is flirting with techno, but as always, there's an edge that connects the songwriting. "Three Girl Rumba" should be credited to them (musically) adopting a Barry White take on the Wire tune. It is Game Over when the album ends with a live "Pendulum Man" from the band's only LP Hex. Beautiful stuff. Very smart stuff. Don't forget,"Scum" is the finest single recorded at church--ever!!
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on 17 July 2007
Its quite annoying that both this and 'independency' share half the same tracks making buying both a bit of a waste. Also there is really no need to include 'a street scene' when it was already on Hex. Apart from that this is a very consistent and worthwhile collection of bits not on any of the proper albums. What a shame bark psychosis released so few albums when this shows they had so much more great matereal in the vault. If you like hex/Dustsucker then this is more of the same (with a bit of electro) and just as good.
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