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How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident

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Bread, Cheese, Bow and Arrow
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Johnny Borrell Afterlife
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Future Child Embarrassment Matrix
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The Male Gaze
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Singing Of The Bonesaws
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I Don't Know What You Ketamine
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French Lessons
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How To Spot A Record Company
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Donny Of The Decks
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She Gets Passed Around At Parties
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Something Happened
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The Real Meaning Of Christmas
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Things To Say To Friendly Policemen
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Why Aren't I Going To Hell?
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 46:02

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Murray Head Joined PiL & The Results Were Glorious

Triakel

I live in the U.S., and had not heard (or heard of) Future Of The Left until last week. Since then, I've listened to little else. I love it when music manages to make me think, laugh and move. Although I hear at least 20 other bands in FOTL's music (Wire, Buzzcocks, Public Image Limited, Carter USM, Pixies, Nirvana, Happy Mondays, Faith No More, Lifter+Puller -- even -- and I'm serious -- *GNR's "Paradise City"* on one track on "The Attack Against Common Sense") they also carve a new path with each release. This album borrows less from other bands to make its points and is, by result, the jewel in its crown. The lyrics are sarcastic, funny and sharp. The music is bracing, but not unlistenable. There are fantastic riffs, melodies, tempos and turns in every track. It reminds of the best "alternative" music of early '90s without resorting to cheap nostalgia or sycophancy. It is music for today that speaks to the now.

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How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident

semicynical

The new Future of the Left is a little less yelly and still a serious amount of fun.

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Scathing, Brutal Beauty.

containerdriver

The opening bars set the scene for this latest slab of genius. Industrial power tool guitars, interwoven with the customary organic bass & drums. Falcous is at his most hilarious and scathing. This has not been out of the car all week and gets better every time. Criminally under appreciated, but brilliant none the less.