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Butter Knife

Butter Knife

Artist: Audacity

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1. Couldn't Hold A Candle
2. Pigs
3. Hole In The Sky
4. Cold Rush
5. Tell Yourself
6. Rooster
7. Pick Slide
8. Onomatopoeia
9. Watered Down
10. Red Wine
11. Crying In The Limelight
12. Dancing Under Soft Light

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Suicide Squeeze
Rel. Date: 10/29/2013
UPC: 803238012223

More Info:

Audacity's 2013 full-length Butter Knife is still, at its core, a garage rock record. The economic instrumentation, grit-tinged guitar jangle, pogo-prompting tempos, and sing-along choruses can all be traced back to the seminal Nuggets collections. But ultimately, Butter Knife doesn't sound so much like an homage to The Sonics as it sounds like a young band striving to make the most ebullient and jubilant noise possible. Album opener "Couldn't Hold A Candle" is a perfect introduction to Audacity's battle plan a balanced blend of pop sensibility and ribald power.

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