Tuesday, December 5, 2006
M's bonus 7 cover
This sounded to me like some 60's forgotton band, or maybe strokesy, or like a unmodern-sounding lilies. I really know nothing about them other than this Mp3 from polyvinyl, I could see liking it, except that they sound english for some reason which always kills me. Plus they are from Chicago? Weird.
You can find it at Polyvinyl, with purchase of the album.
M's "M's" (Polyvinyl - PRC 115) LP+7" $11.25
A reissue of THE M's self-titled debut album, which made waves when released just two years ago, earning the band a plethora of rave reviews and accolades. Includes all the tracks from the original release, along with a bonus 7-inch featuring a cover of the Eisley Brothers' "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out." LP pressed on heavy 180-gram vinyl. "Swaggering like T-Rex and
bouncing like the Kinks, with sensually androgynous vocals and scratchy guitar fills."-Chicago Tribune