LAST COPIES! Lincoln, NE’s favorite garage sons, and their third for Alive records.
This time the gang went to Costa Mesa, CA, to record "Big Deal. What’s He Done Lately?" (the title references a quote from Johnny Ramone about Phil Spector) at The Distillery under the guidance of engineer/producer Mike McHugh (known to produce some of the most heinous, blown-out sounds this side of the galaxy, including Black Lips, Jon Spencer and Andre Williams). The result is considerably more fuzzed than their previous work with Detroit producer Jim Diamond but still pummels. The main characteristic of this album is its heat. Analog from start to finish. Recorded to tape. Mixed to tape. And from tape the wax was cut. This record sounds hot!
A furious mix of 60's influenced garage and old school from Nebraska.
"4 Beatles-headed psych-nerds with a taste for razor-sharp snake rock."-NME. "
Cranked, lo-fi blues-rock from NE hoodlums."- Uncut.
"A foot-stomping, ass-shaking, roof-rattling, 30-minute sonic assault."-HearYa.
"Singer John Ziegler channels the ghosts of Jim Morrison and Rob Tyner with reverence and aplomb whilst his able bodied mates.- Amplifier.
"Part bluesy roots punk ala Gun Club, part Oblivians/Childish lo-fi raunch, part 60s British Invasion slop; Brimstone Howl is ALL rock'n'roll.”– Lowcut
|A3||Easter At The Lewises'|
|A4||Everybody Else Is Having Fun|
|A6||I'll Find You|
|B4||End Of The Summer|
|B5||A Friend Of Mine|