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Tricephalic Head

People Skills

Tricephalic Head

Siltbreeze
LP $16.00

09/16/2014 655030117114 

SB 171 


MP3 $9.90

09/16/2014 655030117114 

 


FLAC $11.99

09/16/2014 655030117114 

 


Following a self-titled cassette (Psychic Mule, 2013), People Skills serve up a first LP of deceptively relaxed songs. As per usual, deductions are to be made on the consciousness of the character; the important thing is that in the ensuing spatial vagueness, Jesse De really comes into his own. The influence of Graham Lambkin has become so staggeringly panoramic over the past decade it seems to demand participation and here it is, inscribed by the chance blurts of Die Spielverderber and the slow attitude of The University Punx, and played from the loner-folk-side-in—that is, for feeling felt. And the laziness is projective; always managing to sound looser and more vivid than it seemed a couple of seconds before, shifting from lyrical to terse by way of The Rebel. And if that doesn’t get you, consider the mortal words of John Berryman: “Well hell / I’m not writing an autobiography-in-verse.” As a first-person hallucination recorded memory, this plays somewhere between full-blown De narrative and snapshot. Regardless, we’re blazing into a new era and this one will go perfect in one of those new rabbit-computer cafés.

Tracklist

  1. #1 This Life Was In A Room

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  2. #2 The Trench

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  3. #3 Step Into The Light

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  4. #4 Inspection 6

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  5. #5 Plague For Self

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  6. #6 Mud Verbatim

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  7. #7 Less Affected

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  8. #8 A Shrivelled Miracle

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  9. #9 American Boards

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  10. #10 The Scene Of The Poet John Berryman's Suicide in 1972

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