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    Various - Wound Sound One album cover

    VariousWound Sound One

    Label:Wound Creative – wndcd001
    Format:
    CD, Compilation
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Pop, Rock
    Style:New Wave, Shoegaze, Electro

    Tracklist

    1HTRKSuitcase
    2MiserylabBe There Tomorrow
    3FutonStrap It On
    4BabygodThrow It On The Fire
    5Felix Kubin & Angie ReedRusski Beat
    6Solange La FrangeSo I Told You Something Boy
    7DominikaPaint It Black
    8CinnamonFeel So Good
    9Cult With No NameHands, Two, Touch
    10Leigh De VriesSo Right
    11Cobra KillerMund Auf Augen Zu
    12Mark Stewart & Adam SkyWe Are All Prostitutes
    RemixCrookers
    13RQMMiss Pacman
    RemixDJ Chernobyl
    14Candie Hank & MC ShadeWe All Go Die Tonite
    15Feral (2)Girl With A Halo
    16SaltPeterI'm Not Gay But...
    RemixPeter Coyote
    17S.Y.P.H.Alpski Reggae
    18Kelli AliOne Day At A Time
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    Compilation album by Wound Magazine

    Reviews

    iPeter's avatar
    iPeter
    I've long held that track four is my favourite track on most albums. I often do little home DJ sets of my favourite track 4s.

    I can now add Babygod's 'Throw it on the Fire' to the setlist, since it sticks out like a sore thumb in the number 4 position on this compilation.

    It's a distressed electro-glam stompathon of a track with cracking, soaring vocal harmonies in the choruses and verses that are spat out in an unashamed Glasgow accent. It's an intoxicating blend that gave me shivers like I haven't had for a while.

    It's a break-up rant about 'The words that hit you and the kisses that missed'. There is many an ‘ouch’ moment in the lyrics then, though it also has a wry sense of humour. At one point, the singer gets cut off mid-line while he's complaining about the way that he always gets cut off mid-line.

    This track sparkles and bounces like a brand new spacehopper and I can't recommend it highly enough.

    I see from their myspace that they have another track ‘Time’ out as a single just now. It's good too but I think ‘Throw it on the Fire’ is a more obvious single. Go check.