Damage is the eighth studio album by American punk blues band Blues Explosion, released in 2004. This is the first album that the band has released under the abbreviated name "Blues Explosion" rather than their previous name, "The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion". Spencer said about the band name change: "It's always been a band, never a solo project, The name change honors a band that allows the three of us to make music for a while
Damage (Blues Explosion album). Crypt Style is the second official album by the group The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and was first released in 1992 on CD in Japan on the "1+2" label. It was later released with an abbreviated track listing on CD in Germany, and as an LP in the US, both in 1993 under the Crypt label. The albu. mage: Crypt Style. Orange (Jon Spencer Blues Explosion album). 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.
Damage Studio album by Blues Explosion Released 2004. Damage is the most recent album by American punk blues band Blues Explosion, released in 2004. Spencer said about the band name change: "It's always been a band, never a solo project, The name change honors a band that allows the three of us to make music for a while. It may not be the best thing to do. Sometimes we shoot ourselves in the foot. The Blues Explosion is kind of a punk rock band.
Garage Rock The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Liste der Bands Garage Rock The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion Damage. Bearbeite die Lyrics. Band Name The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Erscheinungsdatum 2004. Labels Sanctuary Records Mute Modular Recordings. Musik GenreGarage Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. 2. Burn It Off. 3. Spoiled.
But Damage's heavy-handed production so overcrowds those core elements that the album ends up feeling more like a collection of Blues Explosion remixes than a regular release. Which isn't entirely bad, because some of these tunes are raging classics begging to be added to your "Saturday Night Kickstart" playlist. Burn It Off", the album's first single, is one of the only two songs featuring just the three-pronged Blues Explosion lineup. Like a Now I Got Worry outtake beefed up through Pro Tools (like most songs on the record are), their original fire is at full crank as Simins and Bauer shout Stooge-like backup chants behind Spencer's vocals and scuzzy guitar. Its B-side is the DJ Shadow collaboration "Fed Up and Low Down", a buck-wild electro-blues mashup that pivots between vintage soul and hardcore with some vinyl scratched in for color.
Album by The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
seventh album, Damage. After all, they've done this before, particularly on 1998's Acme, which had one foot firmly in indie rock and one in the surging electronica of the day. It had loads of interesting sounds, but it didn't hold together. Damage, however, not only holds together, it finds the trio unexpectedly flourishing as a rock & roll band, a bunch of record-makers, and most surprisingly of all, songwriters.
|1||Burn It Off|
|2||Fed Up And Low Down – DJ Shadow Edit|