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My Dad Is Dead - Peace, Love & Murder Colored Vinyl Edition

Peace, Love & Murder Colored Vinyl Edition

Scat | Item No: 982002
Vinyl LP | 1987 / US – Reissue | New
24,99 €
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Item Description
Peace, Love & Murder was the second album by Cleveland’s MY DAD IS Dead, originally released in 1987 by Boston’s Birth Records. Like the debut, ...And He’s Not Gonna Take It Anymore, Mark Edwards wrote and performed all the music on his own. While not a significant departure from that album, Peace, Love & Murder does differ from its predecessor and has some qualities that make it unique in the voluminous Mdid discography. While combining live drums with drum machine is a hallmark of the Mdid style, on this album Edwards introduced the Roland Tr-505 into the mix, and in a bold move recorded the live drums first, which had the effect of making the rhythm tracks feel a bit more organic despite the presence, and occasionally the prominence, of the Tr-505. Modal guitar tunings remain de rigeur here, but Edwards’ abilities as a guitarist display a marked increase in proficiency and imagination. While the debut album sprawls a bit, PLM is a tight and focused ten song set, buoyed by a more impactful production job by Chris Burgess. Just as the debut album had a few lighter (or at least slightly less grim) songs, so does this album, but here they shine with a bit more pop sparkle. “Babe In The Woods” and “Hill O’ Beans” would go on to be fan favorites for many years, as would the utterly harrowing unstoppable bulldozer that is “Like A Vise.” All these years on, the album’s closer “Fireball” has become oddly relevant and chilling. Sung from the POV of a mass shooter to a droning riff that evokes Middle Eastern modes, the narrator intones, “I’m gonna go out in a blaze of glory / today’s the day I’m gonna make it to the headlines.” The whole album has remarkable cohesion and pacing, as well as variety, and, not to mention, what a god-tier track “Breakdown” is. So grab a black overcoat and “Open Wide.”
Item Details
Item No:982002
Artist:My Dad Is Dead
Titel:Peace, Love & Murder Colored Vinyl Edition
Label:Scat
Katalog-Nr:SCAT85 X
Format:Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing:US – Reissue
Release Date:1987
Genre:Rock & Indie
Style:Indierock | Alternative
Condition:New
Price:24,99 €
Weight:250g (plus 250g Packaging)
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