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Saturday, October 3, 2009


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From a seedy underworld of gothic malevolence and bad voodoo comes this, Clinic's long-awaited debut album. On Internal Wrangler, these four serious young conceptual post-punkers pull on their emergency-room overalls and go about dissecting the dark underbelly of rock history with a scalpel, sewing it back together in unique malformations. There are knowing references to the addled chug of the Velvet Underground's White Light/White Heat, the acerbic eclecticism of the Beatles' White Album, and even a dark, serious nod to Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" on the creaking workout of "TK." But really, Internal Wrangler sounds like nothing else past or present--a 30-minute death-rattle of caustic, shrieking garage-punk, interspersed with murky funeral interludes and malevolent post-folk nursery rhymes--even a song called "Hippy Death Suite." Surely, this is a band to kill for.

1. Voodoo Wop
2. The Return of Evil Bill
3. Internal Wrangler
4. DJ Shangri-La
5. The Second Line
6. C.Q.
7. T.K.
8. Earth Angel
9. Distortions
10. Hippy Death Suite
11. 2nd Foot Stomp
12. 2/4
13. Goodnight Georgie


Anonymous said...

Thanks so much. Might you also have their self-titled first album?

Mr Moodswings said...

Sorry, I don't.