The Dirtbombs - Party Store FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: Party Store
Style: Garage Rock, Techno
FLAC version ZIP size: 1142 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1395 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1960 mb
Other Formats: VQF FLAC MIDI TTA MP2 AUD DXD
Album · 2011 · 9 Songs. That’s all well and good but Party Store really comes alive on Bug In the Bass Bin. A literal duet between yesterday and today, it marches off into the sunset alongside the synth washes of Carl Craig (he originally released the song under his Innerzone Orchestra alias), Collins’ violent guitar spasms, and a rhythm section that sounds like it’s scoring a battle scene. And like the best techno tracks, it doesn't loosen its grip for at least 20 minutes. Party Store The Dirtbombs.
Sticker reads: "The Dirtbombs Party Store Triple 12" gatedold plus free download This ain't no SANDINISTA Think METAL BOX". Recorded 2010 at High Bias Studios, Detroit. 8 of the songs on this album are cover versions. A1 and C2 are by Cybotron A2 is by A Number of Names B is by Inner City C1 is by Rhythim is Rhythim D is by Innerzone Orchestra E1 is by The Aztec Mystic E2 is by DJ Assault.
Mick Collins' love of Detroit techno may come as a surprise to those who know him only as the guitar-strangling frontman of the Dirtbombs, but coming of age as he did in Detroit, it was hard not to be swept up in the sounds coming out of the clubs and filling the bins in local record stores. Men like Derrick May, Juan Atkins, and Kevin Saunderson were heroes to a generation of Detroit music fans, and Collins was no exception.
But when a longstanding garage-rock band with a black frontman loads its album with covers of Euro-inspired Motor City techno classics, galaxies implode. Eventually they stretch Carl Craig's 1992 "Bug In the Bass Bin" into a 21-minute space-jazz endurance test.
But there's still something jarring in hearing a band known for sweaty, loose workouts take on a genre of music where precision and repetition and icy control are paramount. Craig himself shows up on the Dirtbombs' version, playing some awesomely trashy keyboards, but the song is still an endless marathon of splintered, discordant guitars that takes up more than a third of an album that's a party otherwise. You can hear Collins straining for "Maggot Brain" expressionism, but you need a genius guitarist like Funkadelic's Eddie Hazel to pull off "Maggot Brain", and Collins isn't it.
Listen free to The Dirtbombs – Party Store (Cosmic Cars, Sharivari and more). The Dirtbombs pay tribute to their hometown's techno scene covering eight Detroit classic techno tracks of the 80s and 90s Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. The Dirtbombs pay tribute to their hometown's techno scene covering eight Detroit classic techno tracks of the 80s and 90s. Tracklist.
Exclusive Prime pricing. When I actually got it initially I was put off. It's really different than their other albums.
The Dirtbombs, meanwhile, are tearing theirs down. This is the rare band that instantly snagged the ears on first listen, but the honeymoon period was about one LP side long, and then it started to sound like they worshipped tested rock 'n' roll patterns with a little too much bowed-head devotion. Naked drum beat aside, suspense was already part of the game plan on Party Store, as it's been a while since we last heard the Dirtbombs. The party this unsung Detroit band have in store is a strange one, to be clear, but how they work around convention to make it strange is the album's true delight. The boney garage-funk of "Sharivari" sounds like a noirish Beat Happening, just worried enough about repeating themselves that they've tightened the screws, locked the doors and painted the walls black for motivation.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Juan Atkins, Richard Davis
Written-By – Keith Tucker, Paul Lesley, Roderick Simpson, Sterling Jones
Written-By – Kevin Saunderson, Roy Holman*, Shanna Jackson
|C1||Strings Of Life
Written-By – Derrick May, Richard Davis
|C2||Alleys Of Your Mind
Written-By – Juan Atkins, Richard Davis
|D||Bug In The Bass Bin
Programmed By [Modular Synth Programming], Written-By – Carl Craig
Written-By – Gerald Mitchell, Mike Banks, Rolando Rocha
|E2||Tear The Club Up
Written-By – Craig Adams
|F||謎 のミスタ-ナイソ (Detroito Mix)
Written-By – Mick Collins
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – In The Red Records
- Copyright (c) – In The Red Records
- Distributed By – Revolver USA
- Recorded At – High Bias Recordings
- Mastered At – Prairie Cat Mastering
- Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated – 19585
- Engineer – C. Lazlo Koltay*
- Mastered By [Vinyl] – PCMJR*
- Performer [Band Members] – Ben Blackwell, Ko Melina, Mick Collins, Patrick Pantano, Zack Weedon*
- Photography By – Robby Sansone
Triple 12" gatedold
plus free download
This ain't no SANDINISTA
Think METAL BOX"
℗© 2011 In The Red Records.
Recorded 2010 at High Bias Studios, Detroit.
8 of the songs on this album are cover versions.
A1 and C2 are by Cybotron
A2 is by A Number of Names
B is by Inner City
C1 is by Rhythim is Rhythim
D is by Innerzone Orchestra
E1 is by The Aztec Mystic
E2 is by DJ Assault
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 759718520019
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A, hand-etched): ITR-200-A PCMJR 19585.1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B, hand-etched): ITR-200-B PCMJR 19585.2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout C, hand-etched): ITR-200-C PCMJR 19585.3
- Matrix / Runout (Runout D, hand-etched): ITR-200-A PCMJR 19585.4
- Matrix / Runout (Runout E, hand-etched): ITR-200-E PCMJR 19585.5
- Matrix / Runout (Runout F, hand-etched): ITR-200-F PCMJR 19585.6
|ITR 200||The Dirtbombs||Party Store (CD, Album)||In The Red Recordings||ITR 200||US||2011|