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I Can See Through You - The Horrors - Skying (CD, Album)

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  1. Indeed they do this so successfully that on the third track on this new album "I can see through you starts" you expect Phil Oakley from the Human League to sing out just before it mutates into something altogether more sinister. There is little doubt that some of the more purist Horrors fans may recoil and find this album a tad to commercial/5(59).
  2. Indeed they do this so successfully that on the third track on this new album "I can see through you starts" you expect Phil Oakley from the Human League to sing out just before it mutates into something altogether more sinister. There is little doubt that some of the more purist Horrors fans may recoil and find this album a tad to commercial/5(60).
  3. Jul 25,  · After the haunting and dark entry Primary Colours the hair-goth five-piece are beginning to see the light. With the absence of an external producer The Horrors expand their sound towards a more light, tripped-out, My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream, Spacemen 3-kind affair/5(81).
  4. Mar 17,  · referencing Skying, CD, Album, XLCD After the haunting and dark entry Primary Colours the hair-goth five-piece are beginning to see the light. With the absence of an external producer The Horrors expand their sound towards a more light, tripped-out, My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream, Spacemen 3-kind affair/5().
  5. Skying boasts a song called “Moving Further Away,” and that’s exactly what the Horrors do on their third album. Neither a return to Strange House's goth-punk nor a simple continuation of Primary Colours' acclaimed Krautrock/shoegaze fusion, this time the band sets the dials of its way-back machine for the mid- and late ‘80s, sampling post-punk luminaries such as Echo & the Bunnymen 8/
  6. the horrors make their eagerly awaited return with the release of a 10 track new album on xl recordings. 'skying', self-produced and recorded in the horrors' own self built studio in london's dalston, was mixed by grammy award winner craig silvey. 'skying' is the band's third long player, and follows 's mercury prize nominated 'primary colours' and their debut 'strange house' which was.
  7. The Horrors don’t crawl through the whole album, though. “I Can See Through You” has a nice gothed-up Neu ’75 stomp to it. Following that The Horrors tease with an idyllic intro—accompanied by these fantastic horns, they pop up quite a bit on Skying, which sound like they would be well suited for a Shaft movie— before rocking out on “Endless Blue.”.
  8. Skying is the third studio album by British band The Horrors. The album was released on 11 July in the UK and on 9 August in the USA on XL Recordings.

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