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Load Blown

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Kokomo
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Roll Up
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Gore
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Bottom Feeder
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Scavenger
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Drool
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Toka Toka
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Cowboy Soundcheck
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Bananas
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Manoman
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 46:19

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Andy Beta has written about music and comedy for the Wall Street Journal, the disco revival for the Village Voice, animatronic bands for SPIN, Thai pop for the

10.22.07
Black Dice, Load Blown
2008 | Label: Paw Tracks

Left for dead after experiencing both a whiplash ascent with the cognoscenti and the resultant backlash while associated with the DFA label, Load Blown finds the Brooklyn trio retreating deep inside their skulls, practice spaces and belly buttons, reinventing themselves as mischievous sound-collagists without equal. Drawing on everything from crackly calypso to daytime television commercials to no-fi thrash, Black Dice dish out dense miniatures in 4 to 7-minute blasts, rather than the extended lengths of… read more »

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