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Rush to Relax

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Anxiety
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I've Got a Feeling
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Tuning Out
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Gentleman
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Walked Into a Corner
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Second Guessing
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I Can Be a Jerk
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Burn
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Isn't It Nice
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Rush to Relax
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 57:59

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Mike McGonigal

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Mike McGonigal is editorial director for YETI publishing and the author of three little music books. He lives in Portland, OR, where he spends his time assembli...more »

03.01.10
Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Rush to Relax
2010 | Label: Goner / Revolver

The third album from this Melbourne band was recorded in just six hours, in their rehearsal room, on borrowed analog tape. In other words, Eddy Current Suppression Ring makes garage punk with a working-class ethos. This places them in a rare subset, one that contains both Ye Olde Punks like the Angry Samoans and Feedtime as well as, more recently, Dan Melchior and Tyvek. Singer Brendan Suppression's vocals tread a strange line… read more »

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This is a surprise for me..

CorrosionHarp

And I love it... amazing vocals, and a lot of garage rock music. You need to check this out.

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Just getting better....

SavagePopster

This band has been getting steady growing attention in the USA, and it deserves it. This is very satisfying rock and roll with punk energy. It reminds me of Iggy Pop at times (with an Australian accent), and their fellow countrymen the Drones at other points--and there's nothing bad about that news. Rush to Relax is driving and undeniable--try it out. (I even like the beach sounds.)

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Plenty of reasons to rush and get this.

Terryville

I have to say that I really wasn't expecting to like this is much as I do, but it throws enough interesting ideas into the usual garage/Headcoats formula to keep it interesting. I was hoping that the last song would be an epic guitar blow out, but it actually just becomes 21 minutes of beach noises after the first 4 minutes, so beware. Otherwise, just a surprisingly engaging effort throughout.

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Label Profile: Goner Records

By Austin L. Ray, Contributor

File under: Blistering punk, scrappy garage, other assorted oddities Flagship Acts: Jay Reatard, Ty Segall, Reigning Sound, Eddy Current Suppression Ring Based In: Memphis, Tennessee Memphis label Goner Records was born out of - and has been sustained by - happy accidents. The first occurred in 1993 at the second-annual Garage Shock festival in Bellingham, Wash. Japanese rockers Guitar Wolf showed up to the fest uninvited, accompanying fellow Japanese bands Jackie & the Cedrics and the 5.6.7.8's (the… more »