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||1=1||Scrawl||2:07||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Green Beer||Scrawl||4:07||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Ready||Scrawl||3:00||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Breaker, Breaker||Scrawl||2:07||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||For Your Sister||Scrawl||2:54||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Believe||Scrawl||2:56||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||I Feel Your Pain||Scrawl||2:04||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Let It All Hang Out||Scrawl||3:54||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Small Day||Scrawl||2:16||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Rocky Top||Scrawl||2:43||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Which One Are You?||Scrawl||2:22||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
||Major/Minor||Scrawl||2:30||0,99 €||Vedi in iTunes|
Though Scrawl still sounds ragged and tentative in the studio, He's Drunk is much better than their debut, with across-the-board improvement. The band sounds more comfortable with each other and the first instances of the band's knack for committing catchy folk-punk to tape peek through ("Green Beer," "Breaker Breaker"). Rough production cramps some of the tunefulness, but it's not as demo-sounding as their previous LP. One of Scrawl's distinct features over bands of their time was their ability to handle familial relationships and friendship issues without sounding dopey; "For Your Sister" is one such example. A cover of Felice and Boudleaux Bryant's "Rocky Top" lends a bit of cowpunk edge, and a rare occasion where Scrawl show their sense of humor (also see their Paula Abdul homage on Bloodsucker) looms on a version of "Let it All Hang Out": "Black clothes, white white tan/ That's the way I catch my man, uh huh."
Formato(a): 1985, Columbus, OH
Anni di attività: '80s, '90s