Cows - Cunning Stunts mp3 album
|Date of release:||1992|
|MP3 album size:||1457 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1201 mb|
|Digital formats:||VOC AAC MP1 DMF AC3 MIDI AHX|
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Cunning Stunts is the fifth studio album by the Cows, released in 1992 by Amphetamine Reptile Records.
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Album · 1992 · 12 Songs.
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Cunning Stunts is the fifth studio album by the Minneapolis-based noise rock band Cows, released on September 9, 1992 by Amphetamine Reptile Records. It was their first album where they began developing real melodies and patterns instead of their usual blasts of noise. The switch to producer Iain Burgess brought an increase in sound quality from previous albums.
Cunning Stunts (Cows album). Cunning Stunts is the fifth studio album by the Minneapolis-based noise rock band Cows, released on September 9, 1992 by Amphetamine Reptile Records.
Cunning Stunts (LP, Album). Amphetamine Reptile Records, Amphetamine Reptile Records, Amphetamine Reptile Records. AMREP 007, ARR 28/182, AMREP-007. The dentures in the glass on the cover of this record is the perfect logo for this uncompromising, destablishing, desperately funny and really alien music. The Cows play a strong and direct wall of sound, here and everywhere, with a surreal humour and a devastating but true sincerity. They are really out of any scheme (they are probably a bit out of mind, too) and you have simply to let your brain to follow the chaos generated by a degenerated bunch of songs that sound so extreme to become quasi-pop. The Cows are really and deeply punk, but they don’t play punk. The title is a spoonerism of the term "stunning cunts". Studio album by Cows.
The release of Cunning Stunts signals a "maturity" to the Cows, but it really means that riffs and hooks are starting to emerge from their usual tar pit of sound. Although Shannon Selberg's ranting and raving dominate the proceedings, it's guitarist Thor Eisenstrager who steals the show with his frenetic playing and bold experimentation. Not the pure noise of their earlier work, but certainly not an attempt at mainstream respectability, either. The Cows are simply too frenzied and defiantly idiosyncratic for that to happen.