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|1.||"Turn Away The Bad Thing" (4:03)|
|2.||"In The Spirit World Now" (3:09)|
|3.||"Further I Was" (3:39)|
|4.||"Presaging The End" (4:38)|
|5.||"Say Goodbye To Them" (2:33)|
|1.||"We Can Be Free" (2:46)|
|2.||"Years Of Love" (2:14)|
|3.||"Never Gonna Die Now" (1:16)|
|4.||"I Want More" (2:37)|
|5.||"From Another Age" (2:39)|
|6.||"Calming Water" (3:01)|
You could be forgiven for questioning the Californian roots of Ceremony. Then again, it's a big old state. Big enough, apparently, to hide one of the most vital movements in British music in its midst. Evidently no coincidence that the band's name nods to a seminal slice of Joy Division, while post punk never disappeared this 14-strong collection is enough to trick anyone into thinking they'd woken up in the genre's explosive heyday. "Turn Away The Bad Thing" sets the record straight as album opener. Intense, punchy, visceral and- crucially- incredibly catchy, Ross Farrar's lyrics arrive with rock 'n' roll's unapologetic edge. It's a case of one track and you're in. It's also perhaps the rawest offering here, synths and electronics gradually demanding more attention as the LP progresses. "From Another Age", for example, places bouncing keys centre stage as pseudo-guitar riffs. Basically buy it, buy it now.
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