The Vanities | EP for the Lord

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EP for the Lord

by The Vanities

Abstract Punk Rock/Grunge - Audio Psychosis.
Genre: Rock: Grunge
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1. Back to School Haircut
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2. Moil
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3. No Vacancy
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4. Rosewater
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5. Engine Orange Jade
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6. You've People
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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While echoing both the potency of At the Drive-in with musical intricacy landing somewhere between Jesus Lizard and Mr. Bungle, the material remains unpredictable while reaching further into pop territory than these acts. Each Vanities release has been produced and engineered by main songwriter/vocalist Rob Blake. With their "EP for the Lord," the band moves leaps and bounds further on their quest to bring loud, bracing and original guitar rock to the masses.


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Vicious - Australia

A grower!
Got this disc just because the first track sounded a bit like The Living End. Actually, each track has a very different 'feel' and I found it crept up on me rather that grabbed me from the start - played it once, went off to other things, but then Rosewater & Moil kept running through my head. Several weeks later, I can't get it out of the player! Excellent stuff - great guitar work.