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Those Deep Buds


Download links and information about Those Deep Buds by Dog Faced Hermans. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 47:24 minutes.

Artist: Dog Faced Hermans
Release date: 1994
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 10
Duration: 47:24
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No. Title Length
1. Blessed Are the Follies 5:31
2. Volkswagen 5:35
3. Keep Your Laws / Off My Body 5:19
4. Lie and Swell 2:58
5. H Tribe 4:55
6. Human Spark 4:46
7. Les femmes et les filles vont danser 4:51
8. Virginia Fur 5:57
9. Calley 4:10
10. Dream Forever 3:22



Not many rock bands have a trumpet as a key instrument, but then again not many rock bands — not many musical groups, period — are quite like the Dog-Faced Hermans. With production by noted U.K. boardsman Guy Fixsen, Those Deep Buds kicks with a vicious, smart passion, with lead figure Marion handling the vocals and aforementioned brass with aplomb. Backed by the fine, ragged rhythm section of bassist Colin and drummer Wilf and playing off the rough, spindly riffing of guitarist Andy, she leads her charges down constantly unexpected musical detours with entertaining results. It might not be too far to suggest that the group has the same questing spirit as bands like Wire, the Slits, or the Raincoats, but rather than simply recreating the work of those leaders of U.K. post-punk, the Hermans doggedly pursue their own distinct muse. Hints of Krautrock also crop up, both in trancy rhythms (the ebb and flow of "Keep Your Hands/Off My Body") and in the sudden shifts and stops in the music at many points. Fragmentation and propulsion rather than easily hummed melodies are the name of the game, with everything from flamenco-touched percussion and playful, '20s/'30s jazz runs to virulent condemnation of societal idiocies on the agenda. Fixsen's production brings out the strength in the individual performances while retaining space and depth in the mix, even when everything ratchets up to a full explosion. Marion's vocals are never entirely buried, her strong voice cutting through it all, while Andy's guitar play often reaches majestic heights, equal to the sonic wash of shoegazing without losing any bite. Particular highlights include the tight, swinging groove of "Les Femmes et les Filles Vont Danser" and the harrowing peek into the heart of evil "Calley," reliving the horror of the My Lai massacre as echoed down through time.