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The Death Set - We Are Going Anywhere Man - out on Counter Records



The Death Set We Are Going Anywhere Man
The Death Set - We Are Going Anywhere Man
(Download) Counter Records COUNTDNL039, 2011-04-04

The Death Set return with yet another burst of their unique style of art punk from their sophomore album, produced by the one and only XXXchange, a fellow Baltimore resident relocated to Brooklyn. As Johnny Siera puts it, the tune is "just about persevering. A lot of what the year was about". The latter is a reference to the sad death of fellow bandmate and Death Set founder Beau Velasco, who is memorialised on second tune I Miss You Beau Velasco. "This song is sad," Johnny explains, "as the first verse and chorus were written when Beau was going into rehab and we were all confident he was going to be OK. The second verse was written after he passed." The package is rounded out by a cover of the Cure's classic Grinding Halt, one minute thirty three seconds of Krazy Krayon madness chosen after hearing the record again on the brink of consciousness in a girl's apartment. "I decided to cover it while throwing up." Welcome once again to the world of the motherfucking Death Set - holding nothing back…

The Death Set We Are Going Anywhere Man
The Death Set - We Are Going Anywhere Man
(Download) Counter Records COUNTDNL039, 2011-04-04

Tracklisting :
01. We Are Going Anywhere Man (Radio Edit)
02. We Are Going Anywhere Man
03. I Miss You Beau Velasco
04. Grinding Halt (The Cure cover)

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thedeathset.com
soundcloud.com/the-death-set
twitter.com/thedeathset
myspace.com/thedeathset
myspace.com/thedeathsetremixes
counterrecords.com
http://www.myspace.com/counterspace
facebook.com/group.php?gid=8648025398
youtube.com/user/counterrecords

Press Release :
The Death Set return with yet another burst of their unique style of art punk from their sophomore album, produced by the one and only XXXchange, a fellow Baltimore resident relocated to Brooklyn. As Johnny Siera puts it, the tune is "just about persevering. A lot of what the year was about." The latter is a reference to the sad death of fellow bandmate and Death Set founder Beau Velasco, who is memorialised on second tune "I Miss You Beau Velasco". "This song is sad," Johnny explains, "as the first verse and chorus were written when Beau was going into rehab and we were all confident he was going to be OK. The second verse was written after he passed." The package is rounded out by a cover of the Cure's classic "Grinding Halt," one minute thirty three seconds of Krazy Krayon madness chosen after hearing the record again on the brink of consciousness in a girl's apartment. "I decided to cover it while throwing up." Welcome once again to the world of the motherfucking Death Set - holding nothing back…
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