Dead c, the - dr503 / the sun stabbed ep


Helen Said This allows the band to explore plenty of blind alleys, given that its two side-long songs can be timed with a sundial. Still, the dark, oscillating tumult that emanates from both the title track and "Bury (Refutatio Omnium Haeresium)" brings to mind the earliest, most experimental days of the Velvet Underground-back when a 45-minute "Sister Ray" was likely to be the most, er, "accessible" thing in earshot. (Siltbreeze later issued Helen Said This and Trapdoor Fucking Exit , originally a tape-only release on Morley's label, on a single CD under the latter's title.) Eusa Kills, which was recorded in 1988, is ever so slightly more digestible, at times redolent of the unfettered sonic discharge of the early Fall: an almost-unrecognizable cover of T. Rex's "Children of the Revolution" is the disc's most malevolent moment.


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