Black Time

2008 - Double Negative

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    ARTiST....: black time

    TiTLE.....: double negative

    LABEL.....: InThe Red

    GENRE.....: indie

    SOURCE....: cdda

    ENCODER...: i'm too lame to change the defaul

    SiZE......: 69,4 MB

    REL.DATE..: jan-08-2009

    Catalognr.: n/a

    Quality...: VBRkbps / 44,1kHz / joint

    Url.......: n/a


    01] when the clock strikes t 04:11
    02] hostile cosmos 02:15
    03] lunar rhythm 00:30
    04] the days are too long an 03:05
    05] scary people 03:08
    06] repulsion 03:02
    07] skeleton factory 02:50
    08] a boring day for the bor 03:05
    09] six feet below 01:58
    10] problems 02:26
    11] little death 02:57
    12] lunar eclipse 00:33
    13] i'm gonna haunt you when 02:50
    14] institution 03:00
    15] blot out the sun 02:31
    16] backwards in black 03:09

    TOTAL TiME : 41:30 min

    London's Black Time have carved a hefty reputation
    for themselves over the past few years through
    scattered tours across Europe and the US, numerous
    limited-edition 7-inch records, two dense yet
    danceable long-player albums, and a manifesto
    that, among other things, espouses "fuck and rage"
    and the "heavy vampire sound." Double Negative is
    the latest full-length in the Black Time canon.
    Fans of the band's previous output will not be
    disappointed, especially if they want to hear the
    fractured, art-damaged scree of their singles
    forged with the trebly garage punk of their two
    albums. The trio of Lemmy Caution, Janie Too Bad,
    and Mr. Stix outdo themselves here and turn in the
    most fully realized Black Time release to date. If
    you've been aching for Messthetics and Back From
    The Grave compilations, then look no further.
    Double Negative is the absinthe you've been
    wanting to drink. Known for their propensity for
    all things black, Black Time carries their theme
    of bleak darkness to the nth degree. With tracks
    like "Skeleton Factory," "Blot Out The Sun,"
    "Little Death," and "I'm Gonna Haunt You When I'm
    Gone" (featuring lead vox by Janie), you know
    you're in for the feel-bad record of the year.

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