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Swervedriver - Mezcal Head

19.12.2019


1993
Label: A&M Records - 31454 0129 2 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Shoegaze
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After the spotty but promising RaiseEngland's Swervedriver put it all together in a big way. Right from the opening "For Seeking Heat," one can tell this is one of the hottest albums of -- certainly it's the hottest-produced album. The album explodes with the first onslaught of guitars and keeps up the crackling, monstrous, gargantuan feel thereafter. Add to that some pretty massive melodies they've never before displayed a heretofore hidden pop sensecomplete with pond-deep vocals and harmonies, Swervedriver - Mezcal Head the splendid harmonies that enliven the all-powerful "Blowin' Cool" chorus, the LP standout track along with "Duel.

Additionally, the wah-wah here is used more judiciously, making it more Swervedriver - Mezcal Head a flavor element. In the end, though, it's these tremendous songs -- a dozen unique, never-repeating compositions, so big and bold they latch on with the first play and kick your ass without seeming like they tried hard to do it -- that are the benefit of increased confidence, direction, and the bulging, steam-edge production.

Behind the mixing desk, this is by far the best work yet by Alan Moulder RideBoo Radleys ; this is the warmest, biggest, most dynamite-loud yet clean sound he and Swervedrivertogether has ever achieved.

The band's new lineup new rhythm section is tighter and more flexible, with nicer bottom end and stylistic touches, while also being precise -- the otherwise unnecessary jam at the end of "Last Train to Satansville" is redeemed somewhat by the bass and drums' disciplined two-note pounding.

The only minor flaws are that some of Swervedriver - Mezcal Head songs seem to go on a little too long, and some of the really good songs on the second half of the LP aren't quite as breathtaking as the first half, but that's getting greedy; most bands would kill for this side two. In any case, this is one whale of a record. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country.

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Release Date October 5, Track Listing. For Seeking Heat. Blowin' Cool. MM Abduction. Last Train to Satansville. Harry and Maggie. A Change Is Gonna Come. Girl on a Motorbike. You Find It Everywhere. For Seeking Heat Swervedriver. Duel Swervedriver. Blowin' Cool Swervedriver. MM Abduction Swervedriver. Last Train to Satansville Swervedriver. Harry and Maggie Swervedriver. Girl on a Motorbike Swervedriver. You Find It Everywhere Swervedriver.


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10 thoughts on “ Swervedriver - Mezcal Head

  1. Jan 15,  · Swervedriver: Mezcal Head ‎ (CD) Creation Records, Creation Records: SCR 2, CRECD Europe: Sell This Version/5().
  2. Swervedriver frontman Adam Franklin looks back on how the band made their classic album Mezcal Head, 25 years on Shares In , Swervedriver created their masterpiece.
  3. Jul 15,  · Mezcal Head is a blissful noise right from the get-go and barely lets up; crescendos of bright shimmering guitar lines driven by tight powerful drumming throughout but cutting through all of this are mesmeric melodies like beams of bright sunlight that just grab hold of you and don't let you go/5(42).
  4. As an added bonus, ’s breakthrough single, “Never Lose That Feeling” (a harbinger of Mezcal Head‘s greatness), is added to the U.S. release. The only minor flaws are that some of the songs seem to go on a little too long, and some of the really good songs on the second half of the LP aren’t quite as breathtaking as the first half, but that’s getting greedy; most bands would kill for this side two.
  5. AllMusic Review by Jack Rabid [+] Best of all, they've discarded what little bothersome metallic tendencies Raise had, yet Mezcal Head pulses with even more chops. Additionally, the wah-wah here is used more judiciously, making it more of a flavor element. In the end, though, it's these tremendous songs -- a dozen unique, 9/
  6. On 12 August , the band released their second album, Mezcal Head, produced by Alan Moulder and Swervedriver. Franklin and Hartridge credited Moulder for making the album sound "big and clear" and doing "way more for us than we had hoped for."Genres: Alternative rock, shoegaze, grunge.
  7. May 16,  · Mezcal Head by Swervedriver gravelmoondonndorintrius.infoinfo It's easy to get sucked into Swervedriver's sweeping, panoramic guitar rock. On Mezcal Head, the Oxford quartet creates such a vivid feeling of driving through the desert at night that you can almost see the cactuses rushing by. It's an exhilarating and sometimes turbulent joyride, but it's always worth it/5(28).
  8. Apr 30,  · From the album Mezcal Head (). From the album Mezcal Head (). Swervedriver - Duel (HQ) YouTube; Swervedriver - Never Lose That Feeling - Duration:

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