Limited 180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Includes explicit sleeve and insert. The Distillers major label debut Coral Fang is the most remarkable album they recorded to date. It is raw and effective with Bordy Dalle's screaming vocal work and the catchy guitar driven rock 'n' roll. The album is filled with highlights focusing on her ex-husband and the internet. Poetic lyrics and trashing guitars melting together on album opener 'Drain the Blood', while the start/stop build 'The Hunger' is just pure adrenaline at it's best. Bordy has a depth and subtlety in her voice that only a few female punk vocalists had. Coral Fang rocks hard and was a refreshing record in the changing landscape of the early zero's.
Limited 180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Includes explicit sleeve and insert. The Distillers major label debut Coral Fang is the most remarkable album they recorded to date. It is raw and effective with Bordy Dalle's screaming vocal work and the catchy guitar driven rock 'n' roll. The album is filled with highlights focusing on her ex-husband and the internet. Poetic lyrics and trashing guitars melting together on album opener 'Drain the Blood', while the start/stop build 'The Hunger' is just pure adrenaline at it's best. Bordy has a depth and subtlety in her voice that only a few female punk vocalists had. Coral Fang rocks hard and was a refreshing record in the changing landscape of the early zero's.
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Coral Fang (Hol)
Artist: The Distillers
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing. Includes explicit sleeve and insert. The Distillers major label debut Coral Fang is the most remarkable album they recorded to date. It is raw and effective with Bordy Dalle's screaming vocal work and the catchy guitar driven rock 'n' roll. The album is filled with highlights focusing on her ex-husband and the internet. Poetic lyrics and trashing guitars melting together on album opener 'Drain the Blood', while the start/stop build 'The Hunger' is just pure adrenaline at it's best. Bordy has a depth and subtlety in her voice that only a few female punk vocalists had. Coral Fang rocks hard and was a refreshing record in the changing landscape of the early zero's.