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Album Review

L' is some of Th Faith Healers' earliest work, and as such it seems like a raw approximation of the later sound. It's a sloppy, noisy, developmental record, and probably isn't as artistically worthwhile as the band's later releases — but despite its unformed qualities, it's still a great record for both fans of the group and others. All of the moments that are more defined on later releases are there — the band's unique take on Too Pure's drone elements ("Slag"), and their unexpected turns toward more American indie ("Reptile Smile") — which makes L' seem like a very promising and interesting release from a young band.


Formed: 1990

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

A hard-to-classify rock band with none of the fashionable influences of the early '90s -- although their Krautrock fixation would go on to become a badge of hipness in the latter half of the decade -- Th' Faith Healers didn't fit in the U.K. indie scene of their time, but their records hold up much better than those of many of their contemporaries. The Hampstead, England-based quartet consisted of singer Roxanne Stephen, guitarist and second vocalist Tom Cullinan, bassist Ben Hopkin, and drummer...
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