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El Schlong: Time/Place

This second album from El Schlong sees them continue with their twisted interpretation of musical genres with devastating consequences. This is heavy, progressive, funky and downright sublime in places. Album opener 'With trousers On' is full of heavy de-tuned guitar and quirky time changes with throat ripping vocals from Leah Hinton. Showing that there is plenty of variation on offer 'Clocks' just took me completely by surprise, it's slow atmospheric build to a crushing crescendo of noise needs to be heard at volume to fully appreciate. With its raw feel and production it fully complements the message El Schlong are trying to portray, hell, they even throw in some horns on 'Number 42'. If you're tired of the usual mainstream churn machine give El Schlong a listen and support up and coming bands taking a chance and trying something fresh and different.

1. With Trousers On
2. The Alchemist
3. Clocks
4. The Persistence of Time
5. 2 Dalis
6. Number 42
7. Moving On

Added: January 9th 2012
Reviewer: Mark Davies
Related Link: Band Website
Hits: 1848
Language: english

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