A Freaks Xmas - The Pheromoans - Does This Guy Stack Up? (CD, Album)

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Label: Upset! The Rhythm - UTR054 • Format: CD Album Digipak • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock


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  1. With ‘Does This Guy Stack Up?’, The Pheromoans deconstruct a very English sense of ennui and in doing so show us its nonsensical building blocks. This album had the working title ‘Let England Shake’ and one can only wonder if a truer impression of modern life in this sceptred isle is one stalked by the nagging inadequacies and vacuousness detailed in ‘Does This Guy Stack Up?’.
  2. Does This Guy Stack Up?, an album by The Pheromoans on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. A Freak's Xmas. 5. Power Watch.
  3. does this guy stack up? by the pheromoans buy online at resident, woozy & ramshackle art-punky indie-rock with attention holding observational lyrics.
  4. Pheromoans release their latest album drawing comparisons to Joy Division and The Fall and featuring the brilliant Grab A ChairAuthor: Chris Hearn.
  5. Despite emerging with a patently inferior title, Does This Guy Stack Up? compensates like crazy, for those who wanted this London-and-nearby-satellites postpunk band to clown a hapless British journalist-cum-celebrity or two. “ Dear Mariella ” begins ‘The Final Sugar Rush’, the album’s opening track.8/
  6. THE PHEROMOANS are a six-piece experimental rock band from the South East of England who deal in a deadpan DIY music. Married to the mundane yet surreal reportage of our lives, their music manages to address the truly restless boredom and absurdity of everyday life.
  7. Following the release of this year's Does This Guy Stack Up? album, Steph Kretowicz sits down with Russell Walker to discuss his caustic lyrics, punk rock problems and Cool Britannia "I think I'd like to do stand up, I suppose," Russell Walker of The Pheromoans says offhandedly when conversation turns to controversial comedians in a non.
  8. Aug 23,  · According to UTR, Does This Guy Stack Up? – which will be available on LP, CD and digital – is something of a departure from their sound of old, with the recruitment of keyboard/violin player.

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