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Artist: WATERY LOVE
Title: Debut 45
Format: 7"
Label: Richie
Country: USA
Price: $6.50
"In the never interesting saga to determine Punks best primitive hooligans, MEN will blog & sputter endlessly about Drunks W/Guns or Brainbombs as martyrs of the cause. And who amongst us would deny either their berth on the altar? As an agnostic, I cannot count the stations of said cross, but I do respect it nonetheless. So its refreshing to see a band wander into this Garage of Gethsemane & fire up their own corroded engine, pistons wheezing, oil belching, you know how it goes; many are crucified, but few resurrected. Where Watery Love fit into this scenario remains to be determined, but when it comes to archaic beats, theyre already dragging their knuckles over sainted simpletons such as Butter Utter, Deutscher Abschaum & Just Urbain. 45 rpms havent sounded this hairy in many moons & as debuts go, they dont come more scabrous. Get one now before they learn to talk." - Roland Woodbe, Siltblog. Numbered edition of 330.
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Artist: WATERY LOVE
Title: Die With Dignity/Leave Me Alone
Format: 7"
Label: Siltbreeze
Country: USA
Price: $8.00
"Another two shots of bilious commentary courtesy of Philadelphias best band at the moment. The A-side is penned by RICHARD CHARLES; a litany of condescending, sneering lyrics behind the roar of what sounds like the gear shaft of a Kensington garbage truck being stripped out and blazing a path of fire down Girard Ave. You know, the kind of good timey tunage you can only light up somewhere between Mecht Mensh & Iron Cross. The flip is an interpretation of a song written by Louis Allan Reed. But WATERY LOVEs cover eschews all manner of hip, uptown vibrato found on the original, preferring to accessorize their stud w/the leather & switchblade swagger needed in a sketchy, downtown milieu. You know, the kind of controlled lunacy you can only sniff out somewhere between John Cale & Chain Gang. Thick black vinyl pressing housed in a sweet high gloss sleeve. One time edition of 330." - Siltbreeze.

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