8 thoughts on “ Ill Break You - Live Skull - Cloud One (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Live Skull - Cloud One at Discogs. Complete your Live Skull collection/5(46).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Cloud One on Discogs/5(34).
  3. After the sprawl of Bringing Home the Bait, Cloud One should have been a crown jewel in the Live Skull catalogue, reckoning the experiments of the previous album into a fully-fledged manifesto. Instead, it is completely overshadowed by the momentous Pusherman/Raise the Manifestation released the /5(2).
  4. Feb 06,  · Live Skull had songs. Sonic Youth had guitar academia, Swans had self loathing brutality, Rat At Rat R had leftist politics - Live Skull had songs. At the time of Cloud One, the band worked as a solid unit; there was no one vocal character and the guitars, as noisy as they got, worked in such a way that they became as one in their violent intent/5(8).
  5. Reviewing Cloud One upon its release, Forced Exposure called the album "Live Skull's densest and most orgasmic disc yet," while Melody Maker UK declared, "Live Skull willfully derange and disengage conventional pop structures, harmonies and rhythms, preferring instead to exert a vice-like grip of droning guitars around the heart of the beast/5(2).
  6. Cloud One, an Album by Live Skull. Released on Desire (catalog no. drsCD; CD). Genres: Noise Rock, No Wave, Post-Punk.
  7. Reviewing Cloud One upon its release, Forced Exposure called the album “Live Skull’s densest and most orgasmic disc yet,” while Melody Maker UK declared, “Live Skull willfully derange and disengage conventional pop structures, harmonies and rhythms, preferring instead to exert a vice-like grip of droning guitars around the heart of.

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