The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_01_Brandnew.mp3 (Size: 52.86 MB) (Files: 10)
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_01_Brandnew.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_02_Better Off.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_03_Crazy Like A Bird.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_04_Travel On.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_05_Summersetsun.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_06_Me Animal.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_07_Sad Song.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_08_Disease.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_09_Puke Song.mp3
The Suicidal Birds_Z-List_10_We Got The Whole World.mp3
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THE SUICIDAL BIRDS: Z- List
The Suicidal Birds are a troop of Dutch lunatics (two boys and two girls, to be precise) who take pride in their out dated amps, home-made pedals, drum machines and the fact that singer, Jessie, doesn't sing very well. The result is "punk blues with a rock n roll sauce", as in what might be the result of The White Stripes, Bis and Yeah Yeah Yeahs getting a gang of three-year-olds plastered at a sordid party and handing them a microphone and some saucepans to bang on. Or a drum machine to play with. And then watching them violently throwing up (see "Puke song"). Quirky.
Basically, if you don't care if the song has much of a tune and just want something to stomp to in a drunken haze then this is it. Shouty and shambolic in the most endearing way, you either get what they're trying to do or you don't. Personally, I think this is a lot of fun; tracks like the kooky "Crazy like a bird" to the all-out noisy pop of "Summersetsun" and experimental country of "Sad song" may be songs only a mother could love- not to mention Dinosaur Jr. who have invited the quartet to support them a few times- but this is the sort of general belligerence the music world should embrace before it all gets somewhat too stale. Rock on, Tommy.