About this title: Stripping the lineup down to just Kilgour on drums and old Gordons mate Halvorsen on bass, Parker and a revamped Bailter Space cooked up a full-length debut much closer in spirit to what '90s audiences were familiar with, while simultaneously distancing themselves from the ghost of the Gordons. The nervy, aggressive edge of the Gordons is still there, but now it's tempered by a slightly less aggressive approach. The downbeat guitar chiming and squalling feedback of "Glass" and "The 'W' Song" give a good sense of this, as do ...
Tracks on this album
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