|Father Murphy / ...And He Told Us To Turn To The Sun|
|Album:||...And He Told Us To Turn To The Sun||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2009-08-23||Pull Date:||2009-10-25|
|Week Ending:||25 Oct||11 Oct||20 Sep||13 Sep||6 Sep|
|1.||Thu, 22 Oct 09:||Red West|
|4.||Thu, 17 Sep 09:||Brick|
|2.||Sat, 10 Oct 09:||Eme O|
|5.||Wed, 16 Sep 09:||Your Imaginary Friend|
|3.||Sun, 04 Oct 09:||CoIin|
|6.||Wed, 09 Sep 09:||Your Imaginary Friend|
Gloom, gloom, gloom. Slow guitar rock -- not metal -- with a serious air and simple, ritualistic beats. You won't rock out, but you might nod your head with some tracks. |
Spare guitar chiming, thick church organ, bits of noisy noise. Male and female vocals, mostly indiscernible. I couldn't tell you what the songs are "about," but didn't hear any FCCs.
1- Spazzy, dredging, loud, in bursts. The exception.
2- Shimmering drone, ominous chiming. Real slow ending.
3- Downcast. A bit of spaghetti western twang.
4- Actually tuneful. Slow, chantlike. Spazzy screeches later
5- Robotic chant, quasi Buddhist chiming. Later, it rocks a bit
6- Buzzy slow organ, rustling noise background. Minimal vocal
7- Folky mid/slow riff. Witchy whispers
8- Pretty little vocal, quiet under tough guiar and squelching buzz. Spazzy final minute. (With a brief lyrical nod to Devo.)
9- Tense pulsing. Later forebody, slow organ. Fades after -4:00
HIDDEN- Track 9, starting -2:30 -- Single sad keyboard. Last 15 seconds REAL quiet.