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Headache Rhetoric

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Darker-hued and more aggressive than the Close Lobsters' much sunnier early releases, Headache Rhetoric is an aptly named album full of roiling guitars, foreboding lyrics, and an increasing sense of tension. Yet even on the most lyrically distressing songs, like the self-explanatory "My Days Are Numbered," there's a dedication to classic pop structures that gives the song a Kinks-like shuffle driven by Robert Burnett's bouncy, McCartney-esque bassline. Similarly, "Got Apprehension" sets a cheerful little ditty about death by decapitation to a sunny "sha-la-la" chorus. By the end of the album, with a powerful remake of "Skyscrapers of St. Mirin" from the 1998 EP What Is There to Smile About and the extended neo-psychedelic freakout "Knee Trembler," there's an almost oppressive sense of doom to the album; set off by the prettiness of most of the melodies and the hazy jangle of the guitars, the overall effect is somewhat akin to Love's Forever Changes, minus the orchestrations.


Se formó en: 1986 en Scotland

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '80s, '10s

An unfortunately short-lived but utterly wonderful neo-psychedelic jangle pop band, Close Lobsters only managed two albums and an EP in their brief career, but all three releases are brilliant, some of the best music of the late-'80s U.K. indie scene. Close Lobsters were formed in the Scottish village of Paisley (prophetically enough, given the band's psychedelic tendencies) in 1985 by singer Andrew Burnett and drummer Stewart McFayden. The pair couldn't decide between the names the Close and the...
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