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Dirtbombs - Consistency Is The Enemy lp (Cass Records)


Although I no longer listen to the Dirtbombs on a daily basis some of their early and best songs still blow my mind ten years after the fact.  'Encrypted' is a classic  Mick nerd anthem, and 'They Hate Us in Scandinavia' epitomizes the "band as gang versus the world" attitude inherent in very best neglected rock and roll...

"A mere seven years later… Consistency Is The Enemy functions as the vinyl component of the Dirtbombs’ 2006 singles collection If You Don’t Already Have a Look. While that two disc, CD-only collection focused on the plethora of out-of-print vinyl singles the band had released up until that point, it also contained new songs and previously unreleased archival recordings. THOSE songs seemed to get lost in the shuffle and consequently, have never been released on vinyl until now. Highlights include tracks like “Here Comes That Sound Again” and “Candyass,” both consistent live favorites, or the quixotic cover of Yoko Ono’s “Kiss Kiss Kiss” not to mention the entirety of the Chariots of the Gods EP from 1999. Limited one-time pressing on vinyl. Once it’s gone, it’s gone" - Mid Heaven distribution

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 02 February, 2013.

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