Gospel Gossip | Sing Into My Mouth

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Sing Into My Mouth

by Gospel Gossip

A cacophonic wall of sound.
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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1. Home Is Where the Hibah Is
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2. Revolutions in Physics
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4:07 album only
3. Wire
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3:40 album only
4. (Maybe)
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1:06 album only
5. Shadows Are Bent
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3:52 album only
6. Lucky Lemmings
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8:33 album only
7. (Next)
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0:50 album only
8. Rainbow Magical
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2:17 album only
9. Re-150
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2:59 album only
10. Space Echo
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11. Wind
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12. (Fall)
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13. Mt. Virgil
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Album Notes
"Gospel Gossip is the only band that falls under the category of 'shoegaze' that drives me to dance. I'm not talking about swaying my shoulders while my feet are in place like a good indie kid. I'm talking about the kind of dancing that you hope either breaks something or gets you laid. Their post punk influences surface most evidently in the throbbing bass lines and danceable drums that make you seize like Ian Curtis. A true psychedelic experience lies in the crunchy overlay of swirling guitar and floating vocal melodies. It may seem nice and fun, but when the time comes...and it definitely comes, they lay into their instruments creating a cacophonic wall of sound as their eyes roll back into their universal head, and sweat beads, and people end up on their knees with arched backs and, hell, maybe even curled toes. That's just what has to happen." -Max Clark, Unicorn Basement


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