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Vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. For nine years they have been slowly simmering in a pot. For nine years I have been seeing them usurp every bill they have been on. I've never seen a bad Bronze show... they range from smiling and hypnotized dancing crowds to a man getting violated and urinated on at a yuppie bar (everyone still smiling). Always the entertainers, always drunk with mad skills; with dashes of John Carpenter, Silver Apples, Liquid Liquid, Birthday Party, Harold Grosskopf, Klaus Schultze, Cluster, and Brian Ferry with a field recorder taped to his tux jacket. Ultra bottom-heavy dance beats à la Brian Hock (shirt off / shirt on, it's all good to me), super hand-wringing oscillations home brewed by Miles Friction and the ever-great Robert Spector delivering homilies from beyond the dimensional wall.
Vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. For nine years they have been slowly simmering in a pot. For nine years I have been seeing them usurp every bill they have been on. I've never seen a bad Bronze show... they range from smiling and hypnotized dancing crowds to a man getting violated and urinated on at a yuppie bar (everyone still smiling). Always the entertainers, always drunk with mad skills; with dashes of John Carpenter, Silver Apples, Liquid Liquid, Birthday Party, Harold Grosskopf, Klaus Schultze, Cluster, and Brian Ferry with a field recorder taped to his tux jacket. Ultra bottom-heavy dance beats à la Brian Hock (shirt off / shirt on, it's all good to me), super hand-wringing oscillations home brewed by Miles Friction and the ever-great Robert Spector delivering homilies from beyond the dimensional wall.
814867020879

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: CASTLEFACE
Rel. Date: 04/08/2016
UPC: 814867020879

Life In San Francisco
Artist: Bronze
Format: Vinyl
New: Available In Store $16.99 $11.38 ON SALE
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Dulcinea
2. Played
3. Maniac
4. The Angle
5. Re-Enactment
6. Golden Handcuffs
7. Showdown of Sorts

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Vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. For nine years they have been slowly simmering in a pot. For nine years I have been seeing them usurp every bill they have been on. I've never seen a bad Bronze show... they range from smiling and hypnotized dancing crowds to a man getting violated and urinated on at a yuppie bar (everyone still smiling). Always the entertainers, always drunk with mad skills; with dashes of John Carpenter, Silver Apples, Liquid Liquid, Birthday Party, Harold Grosskopf, Klaus Schultze, Cluster, and Brian Ferry with a field recorder taped to his tux jacket. Ultra bottom-heavy dance beats à la Brian Hock (shirt off / shirt on, it's all good to me), super hand-wringing oscillations home brewed by Miles Friction and the ever-great Robert Spector delivering homilies from beyond the dimensional wall.
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