Shriekback - Go Bang! (1988)@flac

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On Shriekback«s supplant-up to Big Endlessly Music they create themselves without their most daunting weapon -- Dave Allen»s bass. Barry Andrews« sequenced basslines aren»t bad, and Tackhead/Sugar Hill bassist Doug Wimbish, no sag himself, steps in on some tracks; but still, an elementary environment of the pronounce is missing and it's ill poor not to remark. Also, Andrews appears at this however to have taken an miserable determination that Shriekback was really a social gathering ensemble, which makes for some awkward moments. Given all that, it's somewhat surprising to note that Go Bang! is actually reasonably well-thought-of. «Over the Wire» and «New Man» meld mystic funk with appealing hooks, while «Nighttown» and «Dust and a Shadow» successfully wealth the wee-hours precinct of classics like «This Big Hush» or «Hubris.» The only really grotesque moments are the shockingly dull «Big Fun» and, worst of all, «Get Down Tonight,» a most lamentable KC and the Sunshine Ensemble cross on which Andrews tragically attempts to rap. Although Go Bang! is better than it had any right to be, much more was expected from Shriekback -- and they seemed to know it, because they later on disbanded (in, as it turned out). (AMG) <a href="« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow"</a 01. Intoxication [3:46] 02. Shark Parade [3:56] 03. Over The Wire [3:29] 04. New Man [3:48] 05. Nighttown [4:12] 06. Go Bang [2:22] 07. Big Fun [3:12] 08. Get Down Tonight [3:23] 09. Dust And A Darkness [4:33] Vocals [Spokesperson], Keyboards &#151; Barry Andrews Guitar &#151; Mike Cozzi Drums, Percussion &#151; Martyn Barker Subsidy Vocals &#151; Sarah Partridge, Wendy Partridge Bass &#151; Doug Wimbish (Tracks 1, 2, 5, 7, 8) Creator &#151; Richard James Burgess Swing &#151; Stuart Bruce Trade Name: Ait Records Released: 1988 Catalogue: CID 1190 Codec: Flac Compression Plain: 6 Prominence: Dear CD-rip by alekow (EAC and Flac) Covers Included (600dpi) Delight In, Go To Rack and Apportion