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Mess

Mess

Artist: Liars

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Digital Album: $9.99
Mess
Mess

Artist: Liars
MP3
1. Mask Maker
$1.29
2. Vox Tuned D.E.D.
$1.29
3. I'm No Gold
$1.29
4. Pro Anti Anti
$1.29
5. Can't Hear Well
$1.29
6. Mess On A Mission
$1.29
7. Darkslide
$1.29
8. Boyzone
$1.29
9. Dress Walker
$1.29
10. Perpetual Village
$1.29
11. Left Speaker Blown
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Mute
Rel. Date: 03/25/2014
UPC: 724596958520

More Info:

Mess is Liars SEVENTH album. This follow up to 2012's WIXIW is an angry, ecstatic, primal burst of ritualistic synth-rock that sacrifices self persecution for potent, purposeful abandon.Liars' career has seen the band rattle through pigeonholes in an attempt to avoid them all together: brittle yet taught punk funk; liminal no-wave; ecstatic noise-pop; 21st-century garage rock; post-millennial post-rock; delicate electronics; reaching here, where Angus Andrew, Aaron Hemphill and Julian Gross now find themselves.

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