began as a murky late-Big Beat project which finally scored high with 2007’s «It’s Not How Far You Fall», a blissful epic fronted by Mark Lanegan. For his latest effort Staffordshire’s Rich Machin invited again Mark Lanegan, but also Will Oldham, Jason Pierce, Richard Hawley, Gibby Haynes and Mike Patton. An illustrious gathering.
The song that is etched in my mind from an early age.
Not that I’ll care too much at that point.
Can’t really split between the two. They both remind me of the summer of 94’ every time I hear them. It’s not my favorite Beasties record, but a soundtrack to an amazing time.
Just turn it up loud, makes me instantly want to behave badly.
Just a complete masterpiece, one of those albums that’s so good, when you listen to it you just wonder why you’re even trying to make music, as you’ll never be this good.