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Exorcise This Wasteland

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Brought to the attention of Nettwerk by Tom Ellard of Severed Heads, Australia's Single Gun Theory shared Ellard's love of the found soundbyte, but musically, they were an entirely different story. The synth-heavy sound is generally pleasant, more like Book of Love, but occasionally a Dissidenten-like Eastern twist was thrown in. Occasionally things get a bit intense, as on the title track, but mostly it's innocuous electro-pop music. It sounds a bit dated now, but it was certainly ahead of its time when it was released.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1984

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s

Similar in style to Dead Can Dance, Cocteau Twins, and Bel Canto — female-fronted alternative bands with prominent new age influences — Australia's Single Gun Theory were formed in the mid-'80s by Jacqui Hunt, Kath Power, and Pete Rivett-Carnac. The trio's first album, Exorcise This Wasteland, was released in Australia in 1987. Later that year, Single Gun Theory gained a deal with the Canadian label Nettwerk, which issued the LP that November. The band spent four years working on a follow-up,...
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