WHITE CIRCLE CRIME CLUB - These Are The Secret Sounds Of Fear - MCD

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Artist: White Circle Crime Club
Title: These Are The Secret Sounds Of Fear
Format: maxi CD
Label: Conspiracy Records
Year: 2003
Genre: indie rock, alternative
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WHITE CIRCLE CRIME CLUB - These Are The Secret Sounds Of Fear - MCD

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Starting out in playing in Minor Threat-alike straightforward hardcore bands in the late nineties, with several years of extensive touring through Europe, White Circle Crime Club have always known how to combine youthful energy with great songs. The Nic Fit Untouchables cover on Sonic Youth's Dirty album and the discovery through that of the Flex Your Head/Dischord sampler, brought these guys back then to playing fast and angry hardcore punk. A musical love for distorted guitars with an edge and teenage memories of 1991 (the year punk broke) could easily erase and replace the narrowmindedness of said scene. Debut e.p. These Are The Secret Sounds Of Fear, released on Conspiracy Records in May 2003, brings ?4 beautifully honest songs where melody seemed to be in constant fight with loud guitars, noise and vaguely neurotic lyrics. Schizophrenic yet with a face of their own?. References are varied, but all reviewers agree on one thing: this is a band to keep an eye on. White Circle Crime Club have done 2 European tours so far, covering Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Luxemburg and the UK and sharing stages with bands as varied as The Icarus Line, Trans Am, The Ex, Oneida, The Chinese Stars, Ex Models, Cave In, Mauro & The Grooms, Enon, Black Eyes, Q And Not U and Hot Hot Heat. Debut full-length album Written In Black is out now on Conspiracy.

Tracklist:
1. People Sound
2. Aufbau
3. The Perfect
4. Pretty Vacant

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