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Crutches exerts an unrelenting pressure of dry, flat, gradually shifting iterative pummel. Sifting all unnecessary saccharine, moisture and musicality out of things, this album is what I was yearning for when I first heard Shellac. We all have our reference point, though. What's yours?
My favourite No Balls song is the first song I heard from them, whatever it was. albinobone