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Sleaford Mods - Spare Ribs (Green Vinyl)

$42.00
Condition: Brand New
Ships from: Melbourne

Description

The grumbling electro-punks with female reinforcement.

2020, we need to talk! Corona, Brexit, Johnson, Trump and all sorts of other shit going on in the world. For Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn aka Sleaford Mods, this plague year naturally provides plenty of material for a new album. Jason Williamson speaks the language of the people on the street, has a feeling for their worries and needs and always wears his heart on his tongue. The title of the sixth album "Spare Ribs" refers to the Corona crisis in England, where some political elites consider the lives of their fellow men to be expendable.

For the first time Williamson got female support during the recordings: on the album you can find two duets, one with the British newcomer Billy Nomates, the second with Amy Taylor, singer of the Australian punk band Amyl & The Sniffers.

The grumbling electro-punks with female reinforcement.

2020, we need to talk! Corona, Brexit, Johnson, Trump and all sorts of other shit going on in the world. For Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn aka Sleaford Mods, this plague year naturally provides plenty of material for a new album. Jason Williamson speaks the language of the people on the street, has a feeling for their worries and needs and always wears his heart on his tongue. The title of the sixth album, "Spare Ribs", refers to the Corona Crisis in England, where some political elites feel that the lives of their fellow human beings are expendable.

For the first time Williamson got female support during the recordings: on the album you can find two duets, one with the British newcomer Billy Nomates, the second with Amy Taylor, singer of the Australian punk band Amyl & The Sniffers.

Reviews

"In their trademark seasoning of dirty post-punk, straightforward rap and pushy beats, they display a refreshing sensitivity for dispensing with any subtlety. (...) This all-rounder follows on from their 2017 masterpiece 'English Tappas'." (stereoplay, February 2021)

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