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Air-Raid For The Neighbours - Compulsion - Comforter

Published 30.10.2019 by Vudoll

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  1. Voodoobei   Sakasa 02.11.2019
    Aug 18,  · "Air Raid For The Neightbors" is a good track that shows off the band's nihilist bent, backed by accessible melodies/5(5).
  2. Tanos   Samurn 02.11.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Comforter on Discogs/5(10).
  3. Tojagrel   Mitilar 06.11.2019
    Mar 28,  · Comforter, an album by Compulsion on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie shaknuadaravusida.infoinfoed on: March 28,
  4. Arataur   Nijin 04.11.2019
    Jul 06,  · Highly underrated album with loads of catchy melodies; if The Pixies and Buffalo Tom had a British baby it would sound like this. The best tunes follow the same formula: grungy riffs alternated with a melodic chorus, Nirvana without the angst/5(7).
  5. Dim   Tegal 31.10.2019
    The music industry has a strange way of working. Compulsion's Comforter came out just six months prior to Bush's Sixteen Stone; both bands were from the U.K., both albums were released by the same major label (Interscope), and both had a similar Nirvana-esque post-grunge sound honed by experienced British producers (Ian Caple and, to a lesser degree, Alan Moulder on Comforter, versus Sixteen 8/
  6. Fenrimuro   Fenrikora 31.10.2019
    I had no idea what to expect and I certainly wasn’t expecting an obscure punk band! As it turns out, the awful album artwork doesn’t match the rather catchy music. I was never a huge punk fan, but I followed a few from the era, like the Damned and the Dead Kennedy’s. Compulsion wasn’t a bad band at all/5(3).
  7. Kenris   Shamuro 07.11.2019

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