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Some Girls
The DNA Will Have Its Say
Three. One. G à

Vibrant and disconcerting, Some Girls aims for the jugular with speed punk progressive and hits the mark. Weighing in at a mere 6 minutes and 19 seconds this album is a powerhouse of milieu and emphasis that could be lost in the blink of an eye. Literally.

Sounding like Blood Brothers on crack (yeah, good luck trying that one), the drums pound the material into oblivion as the guitars vie for footholds to come in for the kill. The vocals are aptly abrasive with a weirdly shifting resonance as they double up at points and use an off-kilter chorus effect that adds to the hazy nature of the record. The break out points make the album - like the additional female vocals, reminiscent of Daisy Chainsaw, in "The DNA Will Have It's Say", and the subdued section in "Don't Hate Me Just 'Cause I Hate You".

This music is most definitely not for the feint of heart, but well worth it if you can stomach the genre.


Track listing:
1. I Need Drugs
2. A Sick Cult
3. Me & My Blasphemy
4. The DNA Will Have It's Say
5. Don't Hate Me Just 'Cause I Hate You
6. Nazi Rodeo
7. Hot Air Balloons

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