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Kill Me Tomorrow: The Garbageman and the Prostitute [Feb. 15th, 2004|09:06 pm]
collating bones
Despite the look-how-abject-I-am band name and texts, I was intrigued by the squeaky annoyingness of the first note & the fact that it a) took a bit to move beyond it, and b) actually did, eventually. Lost attention as I sank deeper into the book I was reading, occasionally noting third-generation fake Joy Division instrument tone and general emphasis on (as you'd expect) "menacing"/"anguished" sound over song content. Then noticed a pretty interesting song with nag-nag-nag guitar part, which on examination turned out to be "The Garbageman and the Prostitute" itself. Have yet to check out the bonus DVD stuff, but am a little curious.