Artist: The Scaramanga Six
Title: Songs Of Prey
Bitrate: 213kbit av.
Size: 90.21 mb
Rip Date: 2009-04-08
Str Date: 2009-04-20
1. Hole In My Emotion 6:41
2. Self Destruct 3:58
3. I Didn't Get Where I Am Today 3:00
4. You Should Have Killed Me When You Had The Chance 2:59
5. Song Of Prey #1 0:42
6. Misadventure 3:46
7. Another Coward 5:43
8. Groom Of The Stool 5:12
9. Song Of Prey #2 1:11
10. Back To School 2:19
11. Sophia In Blue 3:57
12. The Twentieth Of Hell 4:03
13. By-Product 5:42
14. Pink And Blue 5:49
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire harbours a dark secret - a
brooding cess pit of malevolence and intrigue all wrapped up
in behemoth of ROCK POWER. This, my friends, is what THE
SCARAMANGA SIX are - an evil pop group, lurking and ready to
pounce on the ears of the unsuspecting.
Led by the infamous Morricone Brothers, Steven and Paul, The
Scaramanga Six have been ploughing their stubborn furrow for
well over a decade now - time has honed their powers to an
almost ninja-like aural assault.
'Songs of Prey' is actually the band's sixth studio album,
however only the fifth to be released - its predecessor still
lies unfinished awaiting the return to health of their
long-time cohort and producer Tim Smith (Cardiacs).
This new album has been recorded and produced by Gentleman
James Kenosha, who's other recent work includes marvellous
records by Duels, Grammatics, This Et Al and Pulled Apart By
Horses. In 'Songs of Prey', The Six have slimmed down to a
four-piece and in doing so have taken a much more sparse and
bleak approach to arrangement and songwriting, than was
evident on their last album release - the critically acclaimed
and hyper-glamorous monster 'The Dance of Death'
12 astonishing songs and 2 incidental instrumentals make up
this latest offering taking them into more contemporary
post-rock leanings, as well as heightening the bombast and
pomposity that fans of the band have come to know so well.