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Sluts of Trust - We Are All Sluts Of Trust

by Rachael Simpson Rating:8 Release Date:2004-05-03

Scottish, pounding, leather clad and little bit paranoia inducing - Sluts of Trust claw at your soul in your darkest hour. Opening track That Cat's Right is the sound of running through the city at night at your most peculiar and strange, tripping and falling with bloody knees and relentless force to get somewhere for some reason. After that the album never settles down, never satisfied to just simply play a collection of songs, tracks are performed and bashed out. Layered drifting echoing vocals manage to be both haunting and vividly flesh like at the same time. The rocking twosome (John McFarlene and Anthony O'Donnell) drag you into a death valley of their own making - this is Glasgow's desert rock. It's sleazy garage at its finest. Lyrics are spun out in poetry, song and screams, all in one of the world's best accents. Too often overlooked Sluts of Trust offer a darkly charming intense ride with tight musicianship and gripping vigour. If you like your music passionate, loud and raw Sluts of Trust made this album for you.

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