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Liste des titres

LP 1

1)

CYCLE GODDESS HIGH RISE

2)

TURN YOU CRY HIGH RISE

3)

COTTON TOP HIGH RISE

4)

LAST RITES HIGH RISE

5)

WIPE OUT HIGH RISE

6)

POP SICLE HIGH RISE

Critique

When High Rise II was recorded in 1986, the power trio still reflected bassist/singer Ahahito Nanjo's and guitarist Munehiro Nirita's enthusiasm for punk rock. They loved the energy and attitude of punk, as well as the heaviness of Cream, Blue Cheer and Jimi Hendrix. On High Rise II, the overall result is an unorthodox, noisy, dissonant and very inspired fusion of punk, psychedelic rock and late 1960s heavy metal/hard rock. It might be hard to imagine combining the hyper, slam-pit recklessness of the Ramones or the Buzzcocks with the heaviness of psychedelic hard rock, but that's exactly what happens on "Monster a Go Go," "Cycle Goddess" and other in-your-face selections. Thankfully, High Rise's risk-taking pays off, and the album's combination of influences are united in a cohesive whole. Another thing that's unusual about High Rise is its production style: Nanjo's vocals are purposefully placed so far down in the mix that Nirita's screaming electric guitar drowns them out. Not a typical way to produce, but oddly enough, it works. When High Rise II first came out in Japan in 1986, it was hard to find in either the U.S. or Europe; however, the album finally came out in the U.S. when Squealer reissued it in late 1998. ~ Alex Henderson

Contributeurs

Artiste High Rise

Label Black Editions

Détails sur le produit

DUIN 12D2HK0UO4P

GTIN 0769791968462

Date de publication 26.01.2018

Nombre de disques 1

Type de produit LP (Vinyl)

Nombre de pistes 6

High Rise II

HIGH RISE

28,53 €

Vendeur: Dodax EU

Date de livraison: entre mercredi, 27. juin et vendredi, 29. juin

État: Neuf

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