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These Arms Are Snakes - Easter

  by Andy Vincent

published: 23 / 9 / 2006



These Arms Are Snakes - Easter
Label: Select Label
Format: CD

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Deranged, confusing second album from Seattle hardcore rockers, These Arms are Snakes


These Arms are Snakes are weird, really really weird, but in a kind of good way. Their music is "out there" enough to be potentially exciting, if a little odd. 'Easter' is an accomplished album, full of the workings of a fantastic band albeit one with a deranged mind. I find it hard to draw comparisons other than with bands that sound nothing like These Arms are Snakes but which hold the same values... Since by Man seems to strike a chord but at the same time it's nowhere near. I find it difficult listening to this album as well from beginning to end, as despite its little intricacies and some enjoyable moments, I find myself becoming bored. There are no real shining moments that have sprung to my attention but by no means does this make it poor ! Perhaps just a little misunderstood! Utterly confusing !



Track Listing:-
1 Mescaline Eyes
2 Horse Girl
3 Subtle Body
4 Desert Ghost
5 Child Chicken Play
6 Hell's Bank Notes
7 Abracadabraca
8 Deer Lodge
9 Lady North
10 Perpetual Bris
11 Coporeal
12 Crazy Woman Dirty Train



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