The Intelligence - Males album flac
|Tuned To Puke|
|Like Like Like Like Like Like Like|
|Mom Or A Parking Lot|
|ITR 192||The Intelligence*||Males (LP, Album)||In The Red Recordings||ITR 192||US||2010|
|ITR 192||The Intelligence*||Males (CD, Album)||In The Red Recordings||ITR 192||US||2010|
The intelligence- Males from their album "Males" (2010). The Orchard Music (от лица компании "In The Red"); ASCAP.
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Towards the end of the decade, Finberg had moved away from lo-fi recordings made by himself to studio-productions. In 2010, the band released their seventh album, Males. It was recorded with Karate Party/FM Knives guitarist, Chris Woodhouse who joined The Intelligence as a second guitarist. It was followed in 2012 with Everybody’s Got It Easy But. M. .In 2014, the record company re-released both the debut album Boredom and Terror and the content of the original bonus CD on vinyl.
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The Intelligence – Males. on October 22, 2010, 8:00am. The Intelligence seems to release on a schedule. This is the seventh album in seven years. When a band puts out material that prodigiously, you start to wonder if it’s got much thought in it. As the solid, positive movement from last year’s great Fake Surfers shows, Finberg’s bright enough not to toss out whatever he happens to have come up with this year.
On sixth album Males, Lars Finberg and the latest permutation of his ever-evolving band streamline their jagged, Cramps-influenced avant garde swagger down to its most direct and most ass kicking, relatively speaking. Finberg has a penchant for the off-kilter, and Males is by no means a straightforward album. Where Finberg & Co. excel is in making sublimely twisted two-minute garage punk songs that balance the hook-laden with the kitschy or bizarre. And they sometimes involve bongs or puke. It’s hard to know, sometimes, what to make of The Intelligence. They’re a little jokey, a little snotty, but in they end, they’re mostly just a really damn good rock ‘n’ roll band. Should they happen to be interested in scoring some Buñuel puppet theater, all the better.
Either that or they moved into a new garage. Wherever they’re playing these days, Males is thankfully one of those records that doesn’t lose steam halfway through as too many albums often do, but I guess that’s difficult when a majority of your songs are under.