Freedom Has No Bounds

March 3rd, 2011 by

Sink Manhattan – Bleakhouse

 

Philly industrial band akin to Test Department, Einstürzende Neubauten, Amor Fati, Missing Foundation. I’m not a big fan of labeling music but it has always bugged me that the label Industrial got taken over by all those Wax Trax bands (even though I do like some if it.) To me Industrial band means banging on metal (sometimes with power tools,) not a bunch of guys trying to look tough while playing keyboards with choreographed lighting. Sink Manhattan delivered on the banging on metal and the stage at their shows looked like a junk yard. I’ve always liked covers that sound nothing like the original and Dioxen is a good example of that.

Audio files

 
A1 – Bleakhouse
A2 – Without Ever Noticing
A3 – Dioxen
B1 – Farm
B2 – By The Hook
B3 – Chaw Pig
MediaFire Zip
 

 

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Comments

  1. BMike says:

    Ah, the days of cheap beer, shitty warehouses, and girls with dreads and noserings who later became rockabillies. You have a copy of the “record” that just had a sawblade in the sleeve?

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