The Weird Weeds - This Is Not What You Want album download
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- Guitar – Aaron Russell, Sandy Ewen
- Percussion – Nick Hennies
- Recorded By – The Weird Weeds
- Songwriter – Van Morrison (tracks: 4)
- Vocals – Aaron Russell, Nick Hennies, Sandy Ewen
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Listen to music from The Weird Weeds like A Goose. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Weird Weeds. The Weird Weeds are a band from Austin, TX featuring Sandy Ewen (guitar/voice), Nick Hennies (percussion/voice), and Aaron Russell (guitar). Related music includes THETEETHE, Jandek, The Cherry Blossoms, Spiderwebs/Tom Carter, Macaroni Band, and more. This Is Not What You Want.
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This Is What You Want. This Is What You Get is a 1984 album by Public Image Ltd. It is the band's fourth official studio album and includes the single "Bad Life" and a re-recorded version of a "This Is Not a Love Song", which had been a No. 5 UK and international hit when released as a single in 1983. An early version of the album was released in 1983 by founding PiL guitarist Keith Levene as Commercial Zone
In so doing, they have created a record that can (and should) be enjoyed by all, regardless of genre allegiance.
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Short and, in its own unique way, sweet, the Weird Weeds' second album is well-worthy of a band with members who have performed with fellow Texans like Jandek and Tom Carter of Charalambides. There's much of the same sense of haunting distance right from the start of Weird Feelings, as "Bad Dreams" begins with trebly chimes, softly sung chant-like vocals from Sandy Ewen and the barest of guitar parts.
On their self-titled latest album, the Austin quartet offers a collection of unnamed instrumentals. It's a risky choice, but The Weird Weeds is abundantly engaging, revealing a confident, committed band that doesn't need to artificially vary its sound to hold interest. Austin band continues to create open, exploratory music that evokes the authoritative nuance of Low. Weird Feelings.
The Weird Weeds are a trio from Austin, TX that draws upon wildly divergent musical backgrounds and a common interest in non-traditional forms to create pop music that is experimental yet oddly palatable and well-conceived. Since 2003 they have released two full-length albums and one EP and have extensively toured the . Their members have collaborated with a huge array of musicians including Jandek, Tom Carter, Arnold Dreyblatt, The Cherry Blossoms, Xiu Xiu, and many more. The album further develops their already highly refined approach, expanding their dynamic range and musical scope beyond 2005's acclaimed Weird Feelings. The songs go from the most raucous distorted guitar romps to the most delicate acoustic ballads, still continually indulging their penchant for complex harmonies, unconventional song structures, and strange noises.