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Pears For Lunch - Girl Band - Holding Hands With Jamie (CD, Album)

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  1. Vinyl and CD Discography; 16 Releases Girl Band: Holding Hands With Jamie (Album) 7 versions: Rough Trade: Japan: Sell This Version: 7 versions Girl Band: Pears For Lunch (Single) 3 versions: Rough Trade: Sell This Version: 3 versions.
  2. Holding Hands with Jamie documents four musicians in flux together, their increasing ability to rely on one another allowing them to bother less with outside expectations. If the album felt too.
  3. About “Pears for Lunch” 2 contributors With signature harsh, rhythmic noise, cutting drums and lyrics drenched in grease, chip fat and angst courtesy of frontman Dara Kiely, Girl Band follow up.
  4. Sep 29,  · Girl Band – Holding Hands with Jamie. an autodidactic mania to the band’s debut, Holding Hands with Jamie, lock into patterns and drone like a Krautrock band, as on “Pears for Lunch.
  5. Some of the songs will be familiar from the live shows, others having morphed into mature beasts (for instance 'Sexy Wife' is now 'Pears for Lunch') compared to their embryonic urchins. More importantly, Holding Hands With Jamie was recorded to all intents and purposes as one complete body of work. An album by nature as well as in name, and one.
  6. I came upon Girl Band through the music video for their song "Paul" which quietly, out of nowhere, became my favorite song of the year, at least for the moment. Holding Hands With Jamie offers that same kind of dangerous untamed sound "Paul" so perfectly cuts up, cooks and pushes into the vein of avant garde, reanimating it as a flailing and /5(15).
  7. Aug 19,  · referencing Holding Hands With Jamie, LP, Album, Ltd, Yel, RTRADLP I was looking forward to spinning this on vinyl but honestly it's one of the worst sounding LPs I own. The music is so quiet and tinny, there's no dynamics, no noise, it's horrible and muddy/5(90).
  8. Sep 25,  · Girl Band, ‘Holding Hands With Jamie’ on the stringy, urgent "Pears for Lunch" he stretches vowel sounds like Silly Putty, while his monologue on "Texting an .

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