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Veterans of Disorder

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Download links and information about Veterans of Disorder by Royal Trux. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 39:01 minutes.

Artist: Royal Trux
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 10
Duration: 39:01
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Waterpark 2:16
2. Stop 2:48
3. The Exception 2:21
4. Second Skin 2:15
5. Witch's Tit 2:49
6. Lunch Money 2:41
7. ¡Yo Se! 3:32
8. Sickazz Dog 5:56
9. Coming Out Party 5:29
10. Blue Is the Frequency 8:54

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The Royal Trux aesthetic evolved over the years, with the band using the experimentalism of their earliest records to bring a ragged edge to their more conventional rock ’n’ roll performances. Being signed to Virgin Records for a while shook Royal Trux in a good way, and songs such as “Stop” (as close as the group ever came to the Southern blues and soul that was always at the heart of their music) and “The Exception” (where they attack ‘50s rock ’n’ roll without subtlety) synthesize Royal Trux's scuzzy indie rock art-noise with the lo-fi grandeur that was at the center of vintage rock ’n’ roll. Mainstream rock fans might find this approach far too abrasive, but folks who’ve come to terms with the brutal vibe guiding the works of Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran, and Little Richard may feel a kinship in the distorted glee of “Waterpark” or “Witch’s Tit.” It isn’t until “Sickazz Dog” that the scales tip toward RT’s propensity for perversity, but they’re quickly back on course with the nasty snarl of “Coming Out Party.”