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Brio: Acid Cock (Long Song Records)

The Zagreb, Croatia free jazz/noise rock guitar-drums duo of Gordan Krajacic on guitar and Neven Krajacic on drums and vocals in their 3rd release, a suite blending melody with brutal atonality, hard groove and guitar-riffs with free playing.
 

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Gordan Krajacic-electric guitar, acoustic guitar

Neven Krajacic-drums, percussion vocals


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UPC: B00G4A38JU

Label: Long Song Records
Catalog ID: LSRCD133/2014
Squidco Product Code: 19108

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2014
Country: Italy
Recorded at Kramasonik Studio in Zagreb, Croatia, on July 15th - July 21st, 2013, by Hrvoje Niksic.

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"After their two critically acclaimed 'acoustic' releases, BRIO, a free jazz/noise rock guitar-drums duo from Zagreb, Croatia, nails down their second 'electric' album. The title Acid Cock is a simple literal derivative of famous musical term, but for this band, Acid Cock is a particular state-of-mind which BRIO had at the moment of entering the studio.

Well, you surely know how it feels when you're being ripped of something that is very precious to you. That's right--this band got it from behind and got it hard, so they chose to get it out by doing what they do best- playing music.

The result is this Acid Cock- a one long suite methodically constructed from different parts blending melody with brutal atonal screams, hard groove and guitar-riffs with loose type of free playing.

Make no mistake, this is the album of songs where opposites do contract and complement each other, proving that free music can be more than just mindless racket. And the voice?- well, the voice speaks of lost love, being broke, loneliness, illness... of Acid Cock."-Long Song records


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Track Listing:



1. JFK's Last Speech 6:18

2. It Must Be Painful When I Slide It In 10:39

3. You Will Find Me Under The Rainbow, Pissing With A Hard On 6:47

4. Acid Cock 3:44

5. Descension 9:23

6. Sing This To Me Whe I Am Lonely 4:15

7. Yellow 6:06

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