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Under Color Of Official Right

Under Color Of Official Right

Artist: Protomartyr

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Digital Album: $9.99
Under Color Of Official Right
Under Color Of Official Right

Artist: Protomartyr
MP3
1. Maidenhead
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2. Ain't So Simple
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3. Want Remover
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4. Trust Me Billy
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5. Pagans
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6. What the Wall Said
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7. Tarpeian Rock
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8. Bad Advice
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9. Son of Dis
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10. Scum, Rise!
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11. I Stare at Floors
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12. Come & See
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13. Violent
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14. I'll Take That Applause
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: HARDLY ART
Rel. Date: 04/08/2014
UPC: 098787308129

More Info:

Protomartyr's taut, austere rock was incubated in a freezing Detroit warehouse littered with beer cans and cigarette butts and warmed, feebly, by space heaters. Despite the cold, Protomartyr emerged with a sound that is idiosyncratic but relatable, hooky but off-kilter, and economical in a way that elicits comparisons to possible antecedents like Pere Ubu or The Fall as well as local contemporaries like Frustrations or Tyvek -- all of which have combined here to make one stunner of a sophomore album, and the band's first for Hardly Art.

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