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    Tuesday, 15 July 2008

    ....an exorcism of the Garage demons; "Havin' a Grunge-Fest with the Not Quite" (the word "grunge" hadn't yet become the property of the city of Seattle), a full LP's worth of straight-up garage rock. It's a blistered classic, and a damned shame that it never got released. (from Dark Lord Rob's page for Not Quite)

    A loud, fuzzed-out album, better played and recorded than their first (posted here), which was superb anyway...
    As you can read in the lengthy interview from Freakbeat #7 (1990) which can be found here, this was recorded for Resonanse label, but never came out, because it was too "garagey". Well, it's never too late to enjoy it!
    It contains Not Quite's originals, as well great covers of "Astronomy Domine", Clear Light's "She's Ready to be Free", and "Nobody Loves the Hulk" !

    For more on Not Quite and the recent adventures of Dark Lord Rob (in ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 1802 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 15 July 2008 | Rating: 5.0/5


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