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Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, The - Controversial Negro album mp3

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, The - Controversial Negro album mp3
Performer:
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, The
Album:
Controversial Negro
Style:
Blues Rock, Rock & Roll
Released:
1997
FLAC vers. size:
1627 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1833 mb
WMA vers. size:
1289 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ★
Votes:
942

Orange is the fourth studio album by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. It was released through Matador Records on October 12, 1994. The Village Voice ranked the album of the top albums of 1994. NME named it the 16th best album of 1994. In 2018, Paste named it the 48th best garage rock album of all time. The single "Bellbottoms" was included in The Pitchfork 500.

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Songwriter – Chain Gang (tracks: A3), Feathers (tracks: A1), Dub Narcotic (tracks: B3), Spencer (tracks: A2, A4 to B2, B4 to B7), Explosion (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B2, B4 to B7). Notes. Recorded live November 25th, 1996 at the Hotel Congress in Tucson, Arizona. For promotional use only.

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From the moment the band kicks into "Get with It," Controversial Negro roars at full-stop and stubbornly refuses to let up, and while the audio is as raw and raunchy as the music requires, it also gets the fat, muscular tone of Spencer and Judah Bauer's taut guitar interplay just right, and Russell Simins is a powerhouse behind the drums, never.

It captures JSBX at a sweat-drenched show in Tucson in 1996, and this reissue adds 4 more tracks from the show, plus 12 tracks recorded in 1994 at the same venue.