|A1||Nothing Is Most Honorable Than You|
|A2||Angel Tune He Hums|
|A3||High School Dance Hit|
|B3||A Good Time To Die|
|B4||This Is A Recording|
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- Barcode (Text): 7 18751 85301 0
- Barcode (Scanned): 718751853010
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): REX 18530 A1 Damont
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): REX 18530 B1 Damont
- Reviewed in Long Play column of the NME 8 April 1995. 7/10
- This is a very good LP, but the production is absolute shite and detracts form the LP. A harbinger of the brilliance of the subsequent 2 LP's and a few very memorable singles (their side of the Songs: Ohia split is astounding). Get this LP after you've picked up 'C,' and '3,' in that order.
- IT'S NOT OBVIOUS at first but Rex's debut album is a finely crafted work of sonic rock music arranged in a style not unlike that of Codeine - if not for a more crafted or aesthetic delivery. This Brooklyn quartet use strings (cello, violin) to their advantage as well as delays and lone trumpet mystifications found in such gems as "Angel Tune He Hums" and "Tortured Animal." Doug Scharin (Codeine, Him) and Rex, are something to keep your eye on for a while.