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Double Blind Host - Charlatan - Local Agent (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Double Blind Host - Charlatan - Local Agent (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Tejinn says:
    The album was the final Charlatans record to feature Rob Collins who died in a car crash midway through production. It contains top ten hits in the North Country Boy, One To Another and How High. The pinnacle perhaps of their recording history and now out on heavyweight vinyl double LP.
  2. Bacage says:
    The Charlatans return in May with a new album, Different Days, which is available in a dizzying array of formats, including a clear vinyl seven-inch box set. Like Blondie‘s forthcoming Pollinator, the track album is available spread over a number of seven-inch singles (five, actually) and this set is available on Amazon and the band’s own store.
  3. Fenrijin says:
    'Local Agent' is a spellbinding new addition to the vast electronic worlds of Digitalis boss Brad Rose aka Charlatan. Steeped in sci-fi references, from the track titles such as 'Blur Suit' and 'Antiprism', to its cinematic industrial atmosphere and sense of retro-futurist romance/dystopia. Anchored by plonging, tactile dub bass for the most, 'Local Agent' sucks us into an abstract narrative.
  4. Tek says:
    This album saw the transition of The Charlatans' music from that of Manchester's baggy,acid-dance scene to melodic Brit-Pop, and apart from a few exceptions this LP is a good stepping stone. 'Feeling Holy' is average trip-rock relying on the droning bass that represented much of the Charlatan's earlier work. 'Just Looking' is one of the better /5(14).
  5. JoJoshakar says:
    The greatest Charlatans albums - a list. Author: Bicyclerepairman. classic UK britpoppers The Charlatans.
  6. Yom says:
    Charlatan reporter Sam Lehman sits down with Ottawa rapper Aron the Alien to talk about his new album and the Ottawa music scene. The Charlatan does drag queen makeup with Felicity Flesch - Duration: 4 minutes, 46 seconds.
  7. Meztilkree says:
    This album saw the transition of The Charlatans' music from that of Manchester's baggy,acid-dance scene to melodic Brit-Pop, and apart from a few exceptions this LP is a good stepping stone. 'Feeling Holy' is average trip-rock relying on the droning bass that represented much of the Charlatan /5(14).

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