Unextraordinary Gentlemen | 5 Tales From God-Only-Knows

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5 Tales From God-Only-Knows

by Unextraordinary Gentlemen

We've created UXG to explore our love for post-punk, synth-pop, industrial & experimental music combined with the literary genre of Victorian fantasy.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electronic Avant-Garde
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1. Black Iron Road
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2. Mr. Soot's Little Black Book
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3. Open Arms, Empty Air
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4. Skeleton Goes To Town
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5. Ants Under Glass
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Unextraordinary Gentlemen are a musical act with a theatrical bent. With a sound hailing from a not-so-distant past(s), UXG strive to entertain the masses whilst quietly collecting information for their own mysterious ends. With no guitars and no live drums, it is a simple thing to scoff in their general direction. Do so and miss out as their ever-growing league of fellows (and don't forget the ladies!) continue to wave the banner that is Victorian Steam Punk, whatever that is, with a resounding shout of, "Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey!", oh-so-enjoying that dark and dirty sound. From 1887 to 1987 and beyond...Unextraordinary Gentlemen are at your service. What's your pleasure?


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batty betty

so happy I found this band
I love this cd. Each song has a different feel, but they are all definately connected. The haunting sounds of the violin mixed with a bit of punk shout and the look of the band all lend to the "Victorian Steam Punk" style. My only complaint is that there were only five songs.