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Album Review

Blown Away is a far noisier, more experimental album than the previous Unseen Ripples From a Pebble. As such, the Wolfhounds failed to become the indie pop darlings that other C-86 contemporaries achieved (e.g., the Wedding Present or the Bodines). Still this album is not without merit. The trashy guitar is somewhat reminiscent of Sonic Youth, bouncing along to the bass and vocal influence of the Fall or even Krautrock. Distinctly lacking, however, is a great pop song in a similar vein to "Cruelty" or "Anti-Midas Touch." The unusual rhythms of Blown Away mean that this album is destined to grow on the listener. Unfortunately, there is no baited hook to catch the casual nighttime radio browser.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Noise pop group the Wolfhounds was formed in Essex, England by singer Dave Callahan, guitarists Paul Clark and Andy Golding, bassist Andy Bolton, and drummer Frank Stebbing. Evolving from the ashes of the local garage band the Changelings, the group debuted in the spring of 1986 with the EP Cut the Cake; despite the record's gritty, intense approach, it nevertheless landed the Wolfhounds a spot on the NME's C-86 compilation cassette, a release which otherwise spotlighted a much sweeter jangle-pop...
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