Tema: Legendary Wings - Making Paper Roses Miér 31 Oct 2012, 20:02
Es punk del bueno o eso creo
es un disco debut.
Making Paper Roses offers a 45 minute block of messy, caffeinated pop-punk beatings all decked out in a sonic layer of fuzzy, blown-out intensity. Sharp, concentrated guitars lead a crushing path, strengthened by the crash of the drums and the foundation of deep, throbbing bass lines. Sometimes it’s the passionately blown-out vocal hooks that act as the highlight in these songs, like in the speedy “Spacehead” or the bruising “Pure.” It’s an odd combination because their sound is clearly sloppy to some degree, yet there’s still a notion of urgent tightness that comes through in every track. At 16 songs total it might seem like a stretch to call them all highlights, but the thought is pretty much spot-on. There’s even a handful of movie dialogue clips scattered in between songs (from Billy Madison, the Cable Guy, Basketball), adding an unexpectedly humorous effect.
Shredded guitar beatings continue to force a stomping path, rarely ever slowing to anything below medium pace. “Seeing Walls” is one song that slow the speed for a bit, but it’s pretty much on it’s own in a 16-song tracklist. Otherwise, this album is stuck in the red from start to finish, so as long as you can keep up with the pace, Making Paper Roses won’t let ya down. Use this batch of songs below from the LP as your answer, then be sure to go and grab the vinyl from the Green Noise Records store – the first 200 pressing of the LP were put out on gold vinyl and there’s still some left!