Ice Chest Orchestra | Steel Street Kiss

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Steel Street Kiss

by Ice Chest Orchestra

Australian guitarist Kid Cornered's new project, mixed by Liam Judson. Skewed guitar and vocal symphonies, off-kilter melodies and guitar intricacy recalling early Go-Betweens.
Genre: Rock: Paisley Underground
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1. Sign Upon Sign
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2. Pins & Needles
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3. Flies for Breakfast
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4. Sammy Davis Snr
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5. Biting Bleeps
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6. If It's Not One, Well Then It's the Other
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7. Rocks in the Head
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8. A Badge'll Do
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9. A One & a Two
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10. Kissing Bumper Bars
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11. The Magpie Salute
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ice Chest Orcestra's Steel St. Kiss is an album full of unexpected melodies, knotted harmonies and guitar intricacy. Lyrically inspired by 10 years of share house living in Sydney, the album is full of highlights, from the standout 'A One & a Two' with it's off-kilter guitar line and unforgettable chorus, to the spooky but catchy 'If it's not one...' This is a clear cut nod to both the past and the present, recalling early Go-Betweens, Big Star and The Church as well as recent guitar folk psychedelia.


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