Good Throb

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Gavin Hellyer A very excellent record from one of my favourite groups. Not that it matters, but it's also their second EP named S/T 7 (though the other one was technically called s/t 7). In particular I love the name of my selected track as well as the way it sounds. Terrific stuff all round really, and so distinctly inoffensive and uncontroversial. Furthermore, I'm hoping that the group will soon follow-up their superb debut album from 2014,a warm and inviting collection called "Fuck Off". My No.6 EP Of '16. Favorite track: The Queen Sucks Nazi Cock.
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released July 18, 2016

MUS109 GOOD THROB - S/T 7"
Hear the notorious London punk band's latest obscenity. Following their first two singles and 2015 LP, this record offers four rude and crude tunes. Emerging from the musical manifestation of a bad acid trip, songs kick in with militaristic drumming, underpinning mean riffs and heart-pumping bass, overlaid with the vulgar vocal thunderings of an irritable goblin woman. Distinct themes include: a loving ode to unsuccessful murderer and feminist outlier of the 1970s Valerie Solanas; a poisonous take-down of slick dicks everywhere; a disgusting and treasonous anti-monarchic polemic; and an erotic re-imagining of the England's humdrum motorway service stations. Now doomed to (temporary, we hope) geographical separation, this record will be the last squirt of noises from these sourpuss primitives for the known future.

Gloriously cloaked in a hot red fold-out cover by singer KY Ellie depicting the Duke of Edinburgh at the point of climax, as disease-like man-milk splatters and creeps over barely-disguised phalluses and a smoking shrimp. Also includes a poster of distorted children of the night from the ugly brain of Throb bassist Ash Tray.

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