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Game Over

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Game Over is a schizophrenic epitaph to Bark Psychosis' too-short career, collecting a handful of non-LP tracks (including the single "Blue," the previously unreleased "Murder City," a live "Pendulum Man," and a cover of Wire's "Three Girl Rhumba") along with a number of cuts from both the Hex LP and the Independency compilation. While not the place for new fans to begin, the set is essential for completists, and does include some of the group's finest moments, including "A Street Scene" and the epic "Scum."

Biographie

Formé(s) : 1986 à Snaresbrook, England

Genre : Alternative

Années d’activité : '90s, '00s

Despite a relatively small recorded output and little media recognition, Bark Psychosis were one of the most innovative artists of their era. From rather uninspired origins as a teenage Napalm Death cover band, the British group evolved by leaps and bounds, moving from moody, lush pop to ambient soundscapes to taut, atmospheric experimental music; their work was so revolutionary, and so impossible to define, that noted critic Simon Reynolds even found it necessary to invent a new subgenre —...
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