Monday, November 11, 2013

-ANTISEEN- ('88) Honour Among Thieves

The bad boys from North Carolina known as Antiseen have been very busy as of late, archiving all of their old-school releases and putting them out to today's hapless and unsuspecting music scene. 1988's HONOUR AMONG THIEVES is one of these works, and it truly captures the essence of a band that doesn't bother with finesse-and this is them at their most raw. Given today's tepid musical climate (and by reading the graphically detailed first-hand accounts in the liner notes), Antiseen was by far 100 times more volatile than Eminem and Marilyn Manson combined. Chaotic spurts of Joe Young's guitar work and Jeff Clayton's out-of-control vocal rants highlight the 20 tracks which comprise this collection, but it's the collective attitude of Antiseen that always pervades, a spirit that encompasses anxiety, rebellion, and everything rock 'n' roll should stand for.

1.Intro Boom Boom Bamalam
2.I Don't Ask You For Nothing
4.Absent Minded
5.OD Speaks
6.Meat Market
7.Queen City Stomp
8.Lil' Sister
9.Drug Thru Thu Mud
10.Tortured Soul
11.Colorado Oa
12.Hammer Head
15.Face Full of Teeth
16.Destructo Rock
17.Thank the Hell Out of You
19.Lil' Sister
20.You Can't Touch Me There

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