The Coathangers - Larceny & Old Lace download album
Larceny & Old Lace by The Coathangers, released 07 June 2011 1. Hurricane 2. Trailer Park Boneyard 3. Go Away 4. Sicker 5. Call To Nothing 6. Jaybird 7. Johnny 8. My Baby 9. Chicken 30 10. Well Alright 11. Tabbacco Rd. The Coathangers reckless energy from their half-serious roots is every bit as vibrant and rambunctious on their latest album, Larceny & Old Lace. But this time around we’re hearing a band that’s honed their trade and incorporated more stylistic variations
Complete your The Coathangers collection. Is this part of the "mixed color" first pressing or a secondary pressing.
Artist: The Coathangers. Album: Larceny and Old Lace. It’s a woman on the cover, this is an all female band, hence the coathangers (I’m guessing it has to do with how illegal abortions were/are performed in back alleys. Posted on June 8th, 2011 at 5:39 pm. asher dust Said, AnyFUCKINGWA. his album is fucking BANGING. Cheers newAlbumReleases NINJA Folk. Posted on June 27th, 2011 at 5:47 am.
Larceny & Old Lace, the quartet's third album and second for Seattle-based Suicide Squeeze, carries over the chaotically hooky vitality of their previous records. But here, they've added more varied songwriting, (relatively) tighter instrumentation, and- for the first time- a real studio, the Living Room in Atlanta, where the band reunited with producer Ed Rawls (Deerhunter, Black Lips, Zoroaster). Just because the Coathangers are taking their game more seriously doesn't mean it isn't still a game. With all four members trading off idiosyncratic vocals- ranging from guitarist Julia Kugel's Victoria Jackson chirp to drummer Stephanie Luke's full-throated roar- there's still plenty of jagged, playful aggression, whether that involves damning the titular jerk of "Johnny" over gloomy post-punk or tearing off faces between stabbing guitar and whirligig keyboard on "Chicken: 30".
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Larceny & Old Lace also wears the influence of The Coathangers’ post-punk predecessors, with the stuttered, percussive instrumental rhythms on Call to Nothing and Chicken: 30 taking more cues from Wire and Gang of Four than Bikini Kill. The cold, synthetic sound on My Baby cribs a lot from Young Marble Giants.
Larceny & Old Lace is the third studio album by the Atlanta punk rock band The Coathangers. It was released on Suicide Squeeze Records on June 7, 2011. Julia Kugel (Crook Kid Coathanger) – Guitar, vocals. Stephanie Luke (Rusty Coathanger) – Drums, vocals. Candice Jones (Bebe Coathanger) – Keyboards, vocals. Ed Rawls – Recording, mixing, mastering. Justin McNeight – Recording, mixing, mastering.
Album · 2011 · 11 Songs. Atlanta’s post-riot grrrl art-punk group the Coathangers haven’t lost their sense of outrage with their third album, 2011’s Larceny & Old Lace. They sing without regard to the repercussions to their throats and they play hard and nasty, full speed ahead. In addition, they also shade their attack with a modest nod towards pop.
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