The Black Dog ‎– Further Vexations

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SOMA CD077 The Black Dog Further Vexations(CD, Album) Soma Quality Recordings SOMA CD077 UK 2009 Sell This Version
SOMACD077 The Black Dog Further Vexations(15xFile, FLAC, Album) Soma Quality Recordings SOMACD077 UK 2009
SOMACD077 The Black Dog Further Vexations(15xFile, WAV, Album) Soma Quality Recordings SOMACD077 UK 2009
Soma TBD002, Soma TBD 002 The Black Dog Further Vexations(3x12", Album, Ltd, Num) Soma Quality Recordings, Soma Quality Recordings Soma TBD002, Soma TBD 002 UK 2009 Sell This Version
SOMA CD077, OTLCD1232 The Black Dog Further Vexations(CD, Album) Soma Quality Recordings, Octave Lab SOMA CD077, OTLCD1232 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
SOMACD077 The Black Dog Further Vexations(CD, Album, Promo) Soma Quality Recordings SOMACD077 UK 2009 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 11, 2018
referencing Further Vexations, CD, Album, SOMA CD077

The church-like tones of “Biomantric L-If-E” bring an immediate mystery to The Black Dog’s FURTHER VEXATIONS, while the contrast between the deep bass and the bright ringing of “93” and “Stempel” spark them into being. The Black Dog have always exceled at creating and sustaining a mood, and here, they maintain a sheen, like a robot that’s too cool to care anymore.
The breaks of “You’re Only SQL” comes as rhythmic punches, whereas “We Are Haunting” brings out the melody in in quick stabs. But Detroit comes in full force on “CCTV Nation,” and the three part “Northern Electronic Soul” offers a triptych of straight-up techno. “Skin Clock” continues the moody Detroitian tones which soon find their percussive footing but “Dada Mindstab” reintroduces the dark breaks and “Tunnels Ov Set” slows the tempo even further to allow the tender ambience of “Later Vexations” and “Kissing Someone Else’s D.O.G.” to end the album on moody, melodic note.
cbellevie

cbellevie

May 18, 2018
referencing Further Vexations, CD, Album, Promo, SOMACD077
This is the version I received ordering directly from the Soma website. Anyone know how this differs packaging wise from the proper release I had expected to receive?
freeeekyyy

freeeekyyy

April 3, 2011
referencing Further Vexations, CD, Album, SOMA CD077
Black Dog is still as awesome as ever. They've just found their niche. Spanners was a great album, but it was like they were just trying everything, looking to see what fit. Now they have it.