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Flesh Lights / Free Yourself
Album:Free Yourself Collection:General
Artist:Flesh Lights Added:11/2014
Label:12XU 

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Add Date:2015-02-06 Pull Date:2015-04-10 
Week Ending:12 Apr22 Mar15 Mar8 Mar1 Mar15 Feb
Airplays:122112

 Recent Airplay
1.Apr 07, 2015:In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand [SPQ01]
Free Your Self
4.Mar 16, 2015:Shytown
Teen Filth
2.Apr 07, 2015:In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand [W1512:LEWS!]
Free Your Self
5.Mar 12, 2015:Meow
Middle Age
3.Mar 17, 2015:In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand [W1510]
We Go Off
6.Mar 11, 2015:Brownian Motion
Just About Due

Album Review
Telepathic Juan
Reviewed 2015-02-06 
Austin’s Flesh Lights are a trio of idiosyncratic punkers with a new album on the record store shelves, Free Yourself. While the album mixes power pop guitar chords, agile drum instrumentation, catchy choruses, and sometimes base lines resembling 80’s West Coast hardcore punk bands, the whole thing is more of a post-alternative recording played at the speed of 1970’s punk. Free Yourself features several inspired moments, including accelerating speed, two distinctive singers, and dark weird lyrics.

RIYL: The Only Ones, Hüsker Dü, Les Savy Fav, The Exploding Hearts, Spider Bags, and, Teenage Fanclub.

FCC WARNING: 6, 8, 12
Recommended Tracks: 1, 2, 4, 7, 8 (FCC), and 11

1. (3:05)* Just About Due – Energetic 80’s college radio style intro. Loud power pop.
2. (3:43) *Middle Age – Upbeat 21st century punker with an attitude.
3. (3:59) Mandarin – Semi-political track? Angry and sharp.
4. (2:21) *German Discs –Restless vocals and loud beats.
5. (3:56) I Wait – Another garish pop moment; this time, with a romantic twist.
6. (3:23) You Might Know – FCC (fucking). Vigorous 70’s inspired power pop tune.
7. (3:04) **Free Your Self – Solid punker! Existential and contagious.
8. (2:49) **We Go Off – FCC (shit, fucking). Another solid punker, loud and angry.
9. (2:51) Time Thief – Back to the 70’s inspired power pop. Nice guitars.
10. (3:40) No Longer – Upbeat 21st century power pop ballad. Decent guitar solo.
11. (3:23) *Teen Filth – Another respectable existential piece. Loud power pop.
12. (4:47) Big Break – FCC (fucked). Catchy rock n’ roll number. Just the way you want to end the album.

Track Listing
1.Just About Due 7.Free Your Self
2.Middle Age 8.We Go Off
3.Mandarin 9.Time Thief
4.German Discs 10.No Longer
5.I Wait 11.Teen Filth
6.You Might Know 12.Big Break