The New Christs ‎– Lower Yourself

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Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
CITCD535 The New Christs Lower Yourself(CD, Album + CD, EP) Citadel (7) CITCD535 Australia 1997 Vendre cette version
CITCD535 The New Christs Lower Yourself(CD, Album) Citadel (7) CITCD535 Australia 1997 Vendre cette version
BANG!-LP51 The New Christs Lower Yourself(2xLP, Album) Bang! Records BANG!-LP51 Spain 2011 Vendre cette version

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Mortslaker

Mortslaker

9 mai 2017
référencement Lower Yourself, 2xLP, Album, BANG!-LP51
A really good album that somehow got "lost" in peoples life. It was really cool that it got a vinyl release, but the sound and mix is far from great, which is a pity, because the songs and the playing is great and uo there with Distemper.
crawdaddy_simon

crawdaddy_simon

20 mars 2015
référencement Lower Yourself, CD, Album + CD, EP, CITCD535
If Rob Younger made punk-rock history with Radio Birdman, ‘tis indeed with the ever evolving New Christs that he really perfected the might of his lyrical and sonic vision. Oh, and explored the darkest meanders of his own voice, too. Ever since the early singles and the classic Distemper LP, Rome has burnt daily chez Younger, yet maybe never with such furious clarity as that witnessed on Lower Yourself. The crunch of the production, particularly on the title track, is absolutely devastating, and entirely original. In a symbolic way, Peter Kelly’s remarkable drum work throughout the album simultaneously encompasses and transcends all the power generated in twenty years of rock n’roll by dozens of bands on Citadel, in Sydney, or in Australia at large.