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Ramleh - Say Fuck album flac Performer: Ramleh
Title: Say Fuck
Style: Noise
Released: 1993
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1229 mb
FLAC album: 1554 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: AU MOD DTS MPC ASF RA AA
Genre: Rock

For the past decade or so, maybe more, Ramleh on record has been, essentially, a power electronics outfit. The duo includes founder Gary Mundy (also the man behind Broken Flag records and erstwhile occasional member of Skullflower), and longtime ally Anthony diFranco, who use battered electronic devices to build up walls of ear-shattering noise, along the way taking the Whitehouse template and finding its inner psychedelia.

Say Fuck/Slack Jaw" (1993, Dying Earth). 8 Ball Corner Pocket/Trapped Aircraft" (1993, Sympathy for the Record Industry). Welcome/Pris" (1994, Broken Flag).

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Say Fuck 6:57
Slack Jaw 5:16


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DE007 Ramleh Say Fuck ‎(7", Ltd) Dying Earth Records DE007 UK 1993
DE007 Ramleh Say Fuck ‎(7", TP) Dying Earth Records DE007 UK & Europe 1993

Comments: (1)
I'm not over-familiar with RAMLEH, but if this single is a decent representation of their music, then they have a slow, dense, distortion-clogged sound which is both graceful & cumbersome, some heavyweight Sumo relation of Rock which has grown up in some isolated atoll, away from the mainland of Industrial Rock with it's EARACHE derivative noise. The closest group I could compare them to is SPLINTERED circa the "Pigmeat" era. "Say Fuck" - pained, strained guitars thrash slowly around as if having fallen into some La Brea tar pit, they lack the motivation or intention to escape while drums splash & thud soporifically, the vocalist shouting pained snatches of words. On "Slack Jaw" the sound breaks it's density, wallowing instead in an arena of noises, guitar stomping around in some beligerant quest for some intangeable 'thing' over occasionally tight drumming, which moves in and out of composition. It's a medium-slow-paced thing, but has a nice deep textural sound to it. Hardly Rock, but something more - archaic, atmospheric & uncompromising. If you're into RAMLEH, you'll buy this anyway, knowing exactly what to expect If, like me, you're more or less ignorant of their sound, but like dark, moody music played on grizzling fugs of distorted guitar, then give this a go - I think you'll like it..Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.