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 PRICE: $14.99
 FORMAT: CD
 LABEL: Elektrohasch
 RELEASED: 2012
 ORIGIN: Germany
 ITEM #: ATH-9342

TRACKLIST:

  1. Trunk
  2. Mine
  3. Tar
  4. Heat
  5. Suck
  6. Ira
  7. Starve
  8. Down
  9. Kite
  10. One Second
  11. Ash
  12. Manhole
"Sweat and alcohol are dripping from this record. The guitars and bass are somewhere between dirty heavy 70's Rock and more modern Garage Rock sounds. The drums are consistently rocking and rumbling through the 11 songs like the short and fast 'Ira' to the slower and heavier monsters like 'Manhole' that pleases me with its doomy attitude. Tracks like 'Ash' bring in the southern voodoo vibe, e.g. by using classic western sounds (fiddlers). The vocals are clean, but rough with a good portion of nicotine and whiskey, just like good rock vocals should be. The sound fits the attitude. The songs never lose their dirty garage feel. 'Waste' is a very good Rock 'n' Roll album that stands for its rawness, heavy 70's Garage Rock and dry southern attitude."
Thomas Braun




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Ugh!: Meat Fairies (CD) (Cover Art)
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Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Meat Fairies could be compared to shrooming – things progress into the weird before you notice. The punkish boogie stomp of “Roach” gets replaced by the Totimoshi-like “He,” which morphs further on down the line into the skittish groove of “Hogfather.” By the time you reach “Ginko,” they’re throwing in a sax solo, just for the hell of it. “She,” the final track, burns slower than the others, but its languid pace is just as turbulent overall as the previous track...


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Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
UGH!’s ‘Metaustrat’ is yet another entry into the world of heavy tuneage from Colour Haze guitarist Stefan Koglek’s Elektrohasch label. Eschewing the rather more unified approach of labelmates Colour Haze and Hainloose, UGH! Dips their wicks in a number of different musical genres, including sludge, garage, hypno, desert, and good old hard psych, with several of these often popping up in the same song. They’re aces at everything they try; a strong testament to their t...


Ugh!: Waste (CD) (Cover Art)
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Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Sweat and alcohol are dripping from this record. The guitars and bass are somewhere between dirty heavy 70's Rock and more modern Garage Rock sounds. The drums are consistently rocking and rumbling through the 11 songs like the short and fast 'Ira' to the slower and heavier monsters like 'Manhole' that pleases me with its doomy attitude. Tracks like 'Ash' bring in the southern voodoo vibe, e.g. by using classic western sounds (fiddlers). The vocals are clean, but rough...


Ugh!: Waste (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Sweat and alcohol are dripping from this record. The guitars and bass are somewhere between dirty heavy 70's Rock and more modern Garage Rock sounds. The drums are consistently rocking and rumbling through the 11 songs like the short and fast 'Ira' to the slower and heavier monsters like 'Manhole' that pleases me with its doomy attitude. Tracks like 'Ash' bring in the southern voodoo vibe, e.g. by using classic western sounds (fiddlers). The voca...


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