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BLACK EYES : Black Eyes

Label: Dischord
BLACK EYES : Black Eyes BLACK EYES
lp: 11.50 €  (Sold out)
The Black Eyes are part of a new generation of DC bands re-writing all the rules. Two drummers, two bass players, howling, almost unbearably intense vocals and insane energy. One of the best records and bands of the past 5 years.

Released: 15.5.2003
Tracklist:
1. Someone has his Fingers Broken (4:30)
2. A Pack of Wolves (2:02)
3. Yes, I Confess (4:09)
4. On the Sacred Side (1:58)
5. Nine (3:04)
6. Speaking in Tongues (3:10)
7. Deformative (2:27)
8. King's Dominion (2:26)
9. Day Turns Night (4:54)
10. Letter to Raoul Peck (2:56)

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