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souvlakispac3station · 7 months ago
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I represent everything that I hate
Yet I'm the person I always dreamt I could become
Please don't wear this skin
Defined by destruction
A common commodity
Aging younger day by day
And older night by night
Six foot tall
I promise I'm six foot tall
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crewdlydrawn · 6 months ago
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On a note for Baker-Miller Pink....
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The note this dude ends on, tho.
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humannerve · 6 months ago
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shame | Snow Day 
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jueramaia · 5 months ago
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baker miller pink is only one bit of orange away from a color i call womb pink, it a sorta medium to bold salmon color with a little more pink
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slackcoalition · 6 months ago
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shame - Alphabet
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dustedmagazine · 8 months ago
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Shame — Drunk Tank Pink (Dead Oceans)
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Drunk Tank Pink by shame
Shame’s new album Drunk Tank Pink opens with the breakneck one–two of “Alphabet” and “Nigel Hitter,” then abruptly grinds to a halt after the frantic first minute of “Born in Luton.” Into this opening, vocalist Charlie Steen unfurls a devastating couplet: “I’ve been waiting outside for all of my life / And now I’ve got to the door, there’s no one inside.” All the bravado is overturned and the vulnerability is laid bare: “When are you coming back? When are you coming home?” The song’s Morse code guitars sound even more like a panic attack once you tune into the words skating over the song’s fearsome churn. It builds into a wall of guitars at the conclusion, from which Steen sarcastically peers down: “What’s going on down there?” When Shame aren’t frantically chasing their tails, you can catch the fear in their eyes.
The back and forth between playful, pogo-friendly post-punk (“March Day,” “Great Dog”) and more sober and sonically adventurous indie/noise-rock (“Human, for a Minute,” “6/1”) carries Drunk Tank Pink forward with a sense of abandon, while also taking a reflective look back at the carnage such abandon has wrought. Compare “It’s easy I swear / The less you think, the less you care” (“Harsh Degrees”) with “I’m not half the man I should be” (”Human, for a Minute”) and the dichotomy in the lyrics is writ large. 
On “Snow Day,” Steen sing-speaks ominously during the verses, guitars ringing out with the eerie, resonant intervals of the sorely missed Women. It’s during songs like this that you really notice how Shame’s sound has evolved since Songs of Praise. While most of their debut was underpinned with chugging chord sequences that grounded the music in an almost-punk simplicity, Drunk Tank Pink strips out most of the harmonic bedrock, leaving the twin guitars, bass and drums to snap into angular skeletons, accentuated by odd tunings and plenty of space. Where Songs of Praise growled and roared with the confidence of youth, Drunk Tank Pink clangs and rasps uncertainly. When they finally run out of steam on closer “Station Wagon,” the words sound eerily prescient as 2020 gives way to 2021: “I need a new solution / I need a new resolution / And it’s not even the end of the year.” 
Tim Clarke
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reckonslepoisson · 7 months ago
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Drunk Tank Pink, Shame (2021)
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Shouty post-punk from Shame, round two – this time, with feeling. While Drunk Tank Pink isn’t important or consequential, its really proficient post-punk. Much more emotionally resonant, and with many more moments of pretty enthralling noisiness, they’re still on track to eventually produce something really, really excellent.
Pick: ‘Born in Luton’
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not-yet-not-now · 8 months ago
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Great Dog
Great Song
Great Band
GREAT
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details2decern · 8 months ago
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Shame - Drunk Tank Pink (2021)
I’m loving this record 
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honeyjinx · 8 months ago
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They say don't live in the past
And I don't
I live deep within myself
Just like everyone else
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Track of the day // Shame - Snow Day
From the album Drunk Tank Pink, out January 15th via Dead Oceans.
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slackcoalition · 6 months ago
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shame - March Day
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cortopunzante · a month ago
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Born in Luton
And if the body is willing Then so is the mind If you can’t trust in either Prepare to decline
Ring ring, pick up your telephone Knock knock, there’s nobody home
There’s never anyone in this house
I’ve been waiting outside for all of my life And now I’ve got to the door there’s no one inside When are you coming back? When are you coming home? I’ve been kicking the curb, I’ve been chipping the stone I’ve been waiting outside for all of my life And now I’ve got to the door there’s no one inside
Drunk Tank Pink (2021) - shame
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gimmigezz · 5 months ago
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Shame - Live in the Flesh (Molten Jets Film)
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