O'Death - Outside (2011)

Finally, someone has found a unique angle for the execution of tired "Southern" tropes: be from New York! What a genius plan this sextet has concocted, to bring their hoedown-core to the nation's music-blog-and-press-hub so that typists and hypists don't have to (sigh) seek them out in the cultural landfill that is (yawn) non-New-York America, and then the band can bask in the boring language of this genre's typical, lazy, ghetto-izing reception: "haunted," "Appalachian," "swamp," "mountain," etc. City slickers might be surprised by how unswampy most mountains are, and vice versa. Anyway, bits of the o'death boys' affected vocals and influence-recycling barely escape being lampoonable as striving to embody Clap Y'alls Hands Say Yeehaw.
Artist: 
O'Death
Album: 
Outside
Album art: 
Release date: 
14.04.2011
Quality: 
VBR V0
Tracklist: 

1. Bugs
2. Ghost Head
3. Alamar
4. Black Dress
5. Ourselves
6. Look At The Sun
7. Howling Through
8. Don't Come Back
9. Pushing Out
10. Back Of The Garden
11. The Lake Departed

Music label: 
Ernest Jenning Record Co.
Country: 
United States
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