MC


REDEEM DOWNLOAD CODE

If you received a download code in a vinyl you purchased, you can redeem it for your download here.


LOGIN

Login with your existing account.

Forgot Password

CREATE ACCOUNT

Create an account to purchase items.

cover
2XLP $20.25

08/12/2016 600197011416 

BING 114 


2XCD $12.00

08/12/2016 600197011423 

BING 114 CD 


FLAC $11.99

08/12/2016 600197011423 

BING 114 


MP3 $9.90

08/12/2016 600197011423 

BING 114 


“There’s a reason why our relationship with The Dead C is Ba Da Bing’s longest running. It’s not because they are the hardest working band we’ve ever met. It’s not because they are the largest selling band we’ve ever released. It’s not because we’re inspired to support our local music scene. “Yes, there’s definitely a reason... please give me a minute... oh, ok, I got it (just put on this record). Like every time I hear their recordings, I’m reminded that they are one of the greatest rock bands to ever pick up a guitar and attempt to play it wrong. Listening to The Dead C causes me to think differently. It brings up emotions with which I’m otherwise un- familiar. It strikes to the essence of my being and reveals what otherwise remains hidden. I take solace in knowing that one out of every thirty of you reading this know exactly what I’m talking about. “On the spectrum of The Dead C’s sound output, Trouble could very well be seen as springing from the same realm as the massive “Driver UFO,” one of the band’s greatest tracks ever, off Harsh 70s Reality. There’s a youthful aggression here, a churning anger, deadened by pounding drone. Much like H70s, this record serves as a gateway drug— if you were ever looking for an album to play to a newbie curious about experimental rock, this would be it. The visceral strength of their per- formance trembles out of the speakers. The magnificence of their stamina survives each album side. “We are in a creative highpoint for the trio at the moment. Bruce Russell has just released a captivating solo album on Feeding Tube, while Michael Morley’s solo project Gate just put out a release on MIE. Robbie Yeats has been performing of late as backup for Alastair Galbraith. The fact that there are still means to commute between Lyttelton and Port Chalmers on the South Island of New Zealand means these three can still find time to get together, and allows for what we have here today. And it’s fucking glorious. ’’ —Ben Goldberg, Ba Da Bing

Tracklist

  1. #1 One

    Listen

  2. #2 Two

    Listen

  3. #3 Three

    Listen

  4. #4 Five

    Listen

  5. #5 Four

    Listen

Single MP3s for this release are $0.99.
This album includes one or more tracks available only with a full album download.

Related Items

cover

Dead C

Rare Ravers
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Dead C

Armed Courage
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Dead C

Harsh 70s Reality
Siltbreeze
cover

Dead C

Patience
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Dead C

Clyma Est Mort / Tentative Power
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Dead C

Max Harris
Ba Da Bing!
cover

She Keeps Bees

Kinship
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Kilgour, Hamish

Franklestein
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Kilgour, Hamish

Funk/fink R'mxs
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Lady Lamb

Even in the Tremor
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Tiny Ruins

Olympic Girls
Ba Da Bing!
cover

Tiny Hazard

The Long Way
Ba Da Bing!