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Liar ((Remaster / Reissue))

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Classic Album!

Old school Jesus Lizard, this is some of their most raw stuff ever, sort of like being at a party with 3 people drinking beer and 1 guy who just downed a bottle of tequila with a vodka chaser, the rythym section of the Lizard on this album is tighter than a nun's proverbial especially in the more manic parts, laying down some of their most powerful and brilliant sections ever, while over the top of that ( under actually) Lead singer David Yow screams and yells maniacly through the vocals, not for everyone, you love it or you hate it, favourite track - Gladiator, especially the ending. This is from when rock was rock, how times change.

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Willfully abrasive and atonal, the Jesus Lizard emerged in the early '90s as a leading noise rock band in the American independent underground. During the first part of the decade, the band turned out a series of independent records filled with scathing, disembowelling, guitar-driven pseudo-industrial noise, all of which received positive reviews in underground music publications and heavy college-radio...
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