Clinic - Visitations (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Clinic - Visitations (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Starting the best opening song of the year,'Family' (nothing else comes close), Visitations moves at a breakneck speed through wah-wah guitar fuelled ballads, blistering non-intelligible punk thrashers and accoustic death marches and then clocks out as soon as it came barely 30 minutes later. the best clinic album to date, it seem they have.
  2. And their fourth album "Visitations" doesn't stray too far from the style Clinic has mastered in their previous albums, yet somehow it's still compelling, dense and just a bit unnerving. It opens with "Family," a sort of stompy freakfolk anthem that veers along steadily without any big ups or downs/5(11).
  3. My son heard early on what it takes track 7 "Never/Ever" to fully prove, an appropriate use of the band Clinic's "Visitations"-era processed spooky, echo-laden, dubbish croon. Like Clinic, The Black Angels build their own pinnacle atop a venerable edifice of neo-psychedelia that improves upon the foundation.
  4. Visitations From Enceladus by CRYPTIC SHIFT, released 1. Moonbelt Immolator 2. (Petrified in the) Hypogean Gaol 3. The Arctic Chasm 4. Planetary Hypnosis BLOOD HARVEST RECORDS is proud to present CRYPTIC SHIFT's striking debut album, Visitations From Enceladus, on CD, vinyl LP, and cassette tape formats. One of the metal underground's best-kept secrets, .
  5. Visitations is the fourth album by indie rock band Clinic, released on 16 October on Domino. The video for the single "Harvest (Within You)" was a featured video on YouTube.
  6. Oct 25,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Clinic - Visitations at Discogs. Complete your Clinic collection/5(80).
  7. At their best, Clinic's songs are puzzles that, despite being made of simple pieces, are nigh-on impossible to figure out. The band goes deeper into their mysterious, noisy blankness on Visitations, which they've described as a "party album."Though it actually seems better suited for a bad trip or a séance, there's no doubt that this is some of Clinic's most consistently exciting work since.
  8. And their fourth album "Visitations" doesn't stray too far from the style Clinic has mastered in their previous albums, yet somehow it's still compelling, dense and just a bit unnerving. It opens with "Family," a sort of stompy freakfolk anthem that veers along steadily without any big ups or downs.

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