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Skaters - Manhattan

Funnily enough Skaters’ debut LP Manhattan reeks of New York City. It’s not only due to the album’s title however but also by the quartet’s HQ and the fact that the New York punk scene of the 70s answers for a significant portion of the band’s inspiration. 353 more words

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My iPod #420: Nine Black Alps - Ghost in the City

“Ghost in the City” closes out Nine Black Alps’ third album “Locked Out from the Inside“; after ten tracks of murky guitars and brutal rhythms, “Ghost” arrives as the slow comedown to bring it all to an end. 154 more words

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My iPod #414: Nine Black Alps - Get Your Guns

I know mostly all of the lyrics…. I could hum every tune, note and screech the guitar feedback if you indeed wanted me to recite all of “ 299 more words

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My iPod #411: Nine Black Alps - Get Even

“Get Even” is a B-Side that can only be found on the vinyl single of Nine Black Alps’ song “Not Everyone”, released in 2005. Due to the track only being released on the vinyl format, it is very very hard to find this track anywhere. 198 more words

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My iPod #400: Nine Black Alps - Full Moon Summer

Nine Black Alps’ third album “Locked Out from the Inside” owns. Unlike “Everything Is” where there are two solely acoustic tracks to slow down the album’s flow and mellow things out a bit, “Locked Out” provides one stormer after another. 168 more words

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My iPod #386: Nine Black Alps - Forget My Name

“Forget My Name” is one of my favourite songs from Nine Black Alps’ “Love/Hate” album. Though I’ve stated time and time again that it’s not my preferred album of the band’s, it does have this one. 229 more words

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