yr losing control of me.

released in 1997, blonde redhead‘s album *fake can be just as good* is one of my secrets where direct raw aggression, loud distortion, chaotic energy and scattered melodies tighten their grip so hard that they completely take over. new listeners of the band’s music have been warned to stay away from this obscure album but in my own opinion, i feel that this is the strongest, most powerful root of their past that must be heard and given into.

listen:: futurism vs passeism, pier paolo, symphony of treble
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