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EP "blues trash one man band"
Released: January 2011 (NGR001)

EP with 6 Tracks in cardboard sleeve, cellophane wrapped.

Tracklist:
01 - Goodbye K
02 - Drinking with my Eyes
03 - Close to the Line
04 - 16 Miles
05 - Mr.Talker
06 - Come Home

Released on
Noisegames Records
 
Review by James G. Carlson in Examiner and Nodepression OMB Series.

Tongue Tied Twin kicked off 2011 with a six-song EP release, Blues Trash One Man Band, strictly on compact disc format from Noisegames Records. As far as the recording goes, it is exactly the kind that Twin's sound requires, and it offers up his bluesy rockers as they are meant to be heard -- loud and dirty. "Goodbye K," the EP's opener, has a sharp, catchy early rock'n'roll sound to it, while "Drinking with My Eyes" is an arrangement of fuzz-drenched notes and little bottleneck slide bits and an explosive vocal delivery. "Close to the Line" is all note patterns and wailin' blues harp, with steady hi-hat and kick drum work driving the rhythm. If ever Twin wrote and recorded a blues punk song, "16 Miles" is it, with heavily distorted chords, jangly tambourine percussion, and gruff vocals. Then again, almost the same can be said of the very short "Mr. Talker," which clocks in at just under two minutes. But it's the last song, "Come Home," that has become my favorite on the EP, with its raw, garagey blues trash freakout and busy, fired-up vocals.
 
 
 
 
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