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|1.||"Intro/Frankfurt Advice" (5:38)|
|2.||"The Confidence Man" (7:33)|
|1.||"The Last Walk" (5:59)|
|2.||"Kicking The River" (6:07)|
|2.||"We Count The Stars" (7:27)|
|1.||"Thirteenth Night" (3:39)|
|2.||"Ghost Again" (5:51)|
Given the number of projects he's been involved with in recent years - the Asphodells, The Woodleigh Research Facility, acting as programmer to various music festivals - it's not that surprising to find that this is Andrew Weatherall's first solo album since the deliciously fuzzy A Pox On The Pioneers in 2009. According to the accompanying PR blurb, it's the sound of Lord Sabre "looking back at the clutter of a life thoroughly lived and realizing it's too late to tidy it up in any meaningful way". Musically speaking, that effectively means an intoxicating blend of post-punk grooves, shoe-gaze style songs, dubbed-out horn lines, drowsy vocals and the kind of druggy electronica explored so successfully on his A Love From Outer Space collaboration with Sean Johnston.
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