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Album Review

Frothing up a speakers-filling post-punk roar in a cleanly harsh din, Fatal Film sound like late F-Word/Negative Trend's Rik L Rik or Ricky Williams fronting the latter's old San Francisco punk-psych band the Sleepers. Or maybe Teardrop Explodes, or that band's singer Julian Cope leading a louder, faster Josef K, with occasional hints of Talking Heads/Gang of Four's appropriation of Chic ("NLPD Blues"). This is confident, boisterous, wild music with the gears of garage and '80s gnashing indie rock. It's shot full of adrenalin energy, dirty, clashing riffing, feral but cool vocals by the great Matt Potter EQed on stun, and a rocks-off buzzing smart that makes you stop doing whatever your attention-span-deficient multitasking self was doing and pay excited attention. This cooks, slams, smacks, and kicks with all the danger, edge, and abandon you rarely see in such a tight band making terrific use of complementing guitar parts, often lead picking around each other in a mesmeric post-Television mode. From "First Step" to "Hustlers Are We," you won’t soon forget this (shockingly) accurately titled "thrill'r" ride, and we aren't talking about Michael Jackson, either. ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover, Rovi

Thrill'r, Fatal Film
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Apr 24, 2009

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