PSYCHO-PATH - The Ass-Soul Of Psycho-Path - CD

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Artist: Psycho-Path
Title: The Ass-Soul Of Psycho-Path
Format: CD
Label: Moonlee Records
Year: 2008
Genre: alternative rock, indie
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<a href="http://moonleerecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-ass-soul-of-psycho-path">Yukio Mishima Is Real! by Moonlee Records</a>

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With their unique brand of alternative rock, fronted by a charismatic singer, two powerful guitars and a tight rhythm section,Slovenian quintet Psycho-Path is a formidable force. Take the coolness of, let’s say, Girls Against Boys and some other bands with heavy rock riffs, pack it into a driven guitar-soundwall, that is based on a very tense and quite groovy rhythm section and as the cherry on top: sexy & harsh female vocals. No pretension – eclectic, honest, sweaty and very guitar-laden. In July 2007 Psycho-Path entered the studio with producer Bobby MacIntyre (ex-member of The Twilight Singers, also worked with Bad Brains, Jimmy Girl, Lucinda Williams, Mark Lanegan…) to record their fifth full-length album. Late night sessions, drinking too much whiskey, half-awake percussion recordings, tambourine overdose, metronomes gone amok… The final result? The Ass-Soul Of Psycho-Path. The first album recorded with the new line up and the most varied, eclectic, yet accessible Psycho-Path album to date. Also featuring a special guest on the back vocals, on the epic Bekkognition – Scott Bennett (Brian Wilson’s band, also worked with Flaming Lips, Filter, The Smashing Pumpkins, Liz Phair, The Twilight Singers…).

Tracklist:
1. Yukio Mishima Is Real!
2. Musical Moment
3. Incommunicado
4. Goddamn Cocksucker
5. Clean Slate
6. Lobo, You Are Crazy
7. War
8. Bekkognition
9. Cookie Jar
10. New Blood
11. Battle Royal

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