The Good Hurt | Prescription No 1

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Prescription No 1

by The Good Hurt

Hot New Wave group flavoured with spice of rock, funk, dance and Indian.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Kick This Habit Of You
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2. Spinning Plates
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3. Do It Every Night
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4. Good Souls
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Good Hurt was formed in Manchester late in 2006 and quickly got militant about creating the best sounds and songs they possibly could. Musically, an amalgamation of their infatuations with rock, funk, jazz, dance, Indian and other world music.

Their sentiments are as diverse as their influences and the scientific, romantic, realistic, cinematic and nihilistic sides to life are all well explored. Prescription No 1, their first EP, easily showcases their ability to be super-punk oiks one minute while classic and well structured the next. Recording the EP one day from live takes and mixing the next has made sure that the energy has went straight to the recording...no tricks all playing.

The Good Hurt don't contrive any sort of identity and instead dig the challenge of breeding an eclectic yet coherent output. They are as likely to use a wobbly synth or accordion as they are a distorted guitar.

Each live show gets better than the last and these guys are set for bigger things in 2007.

The Good Hurt Are :
Drongomala - vocals, guitar, synth
Sinik - bass, synth and vocals
Tree - drums


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Closing Time

Incredible debut - hard and soft in the right places matron.
For a three piece these guys are covering a lot of ground. 'Kick this Habit Of You' as an opener is a stonking juggernaut of a tune that pounds you in the right way like a Swedish massage in a stolen car, 'Spinning Plates' almost reminds me of U2 Red Rocks era in a v.good way, 'Do It Every Night' is kinda like Buddy holly and Good Souls is the song that Razorlight wishes they could have written. A really strong debut. Recommended.