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Were All In It Together - Goldblade* - The Terror Of Modern Life (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. I've never really gotten into Goldblade, the John Robb-fronted punk/rock 'n' roll outfit that seems to have been around for an eternity now, and I suppose having formed in the mids they can be considered as long-standing and peers to many newer bands.
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  4. May 20,  · The album works best when they pick up the pace, cranking out two minute gems like My Mind Is Like An Atom Bomb and They Kiss Like Humans, with its genuinely disconcerting backing bellows. And in The World Is Fucked Up Nowadays and Psycho Takes A Holiday, they have a pair of infectious refrains to match the best of Rancid ‘s take on the genre.
  5. Far from being full of doom this is an uplifting album full of camaraderie, but with a wake-up call for those who have become apathetic or complacent in this modern age. Proof that Goldblade are as sharp as ever. For more Goldblade info, including UK tour and festival dates, visit dadidesinlielapulmangmutirotbeds.coinfo Tags. New Wave; Punk; Reggae; Rock; Rock n Roll.
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  8. Reacting to the modern times the band seem to have cranked both the energy and the raw power in an album that is a clean break from their past. From the opening gnarled bass intro of This Is War! to the closing 9 minute jagged drone of the title track the band are unrelenting without ever being predictable as they create dark sound and not noise.
  9. Feast your eyes on the best album artwork of the s, including covers by Tame Impala, The Streets, Frank Ocean, St. Vincent and more.

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