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    Sunday, 01 June 2008

    I missed seeing Antietam the one time they came 'round my particular place in the universe. That makes me sad. But I vividly recall trying to buy the first album when it came out. The clerk had no idea what band I was asking for. I kept saying "I want that Antietam album, you know, on Homestead!" and he looked at me blankly. Then he said, "Oh, you want the Anti Etam album!" I guess it was just a case of mistaken identity.

    "...Antietam Comes Alive! hits with the room-spinning displacement of a furious tequila buzz. The ropy guitar soloing that permeates the Dream Syndicate-styled instrumental "Track 13" lets Key set an ecstatic (in the spiritual sense) tone straightaway as she trance-ports the band through a 50-minute firewalk that reaches peak intensity on a cover of Patti Smith's "Ask the Angels." Truly revelatory." ~ David Sprague, Trouser Press

    Tracklisting:

    Track 13
    Monica
    Open Letter
    George
    Stomp
    Glide
    Angels & Strangers
    Sample for Sara
    Ask the Angels
    Teleplay
    Sink or Swim
    Eat ... Read more »

    Category: Alternative/Punk | Views: 1304 | Added by: gomonkeygo | Date: 01 June 2008 | Rating: 5.0/1


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