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Bodychoke

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Bodychoke było pobocznym zespołem Sutcliffe Jügend. Grali noise rocka / post-rocka / rocka gotyckiego. Gdyby Autopsy grało covery The Birthday Paty pewnie powstałoby coś zbliżonego. Debiut zawierał skondensowane kompozycje, od drugiego albumu pojawiło się w nich zdecydowanie więcej przestrzeni, a na trzecim i ostatnim albumie lekko trybalne bębny. Cechą charakterystyczną grupy było wykorzystanie wiolonczeli. Album "Five Prostitutes" nagrywał Steve Albini.

Dyskografia:

Mindshaft (1994)
Five Prostitutes (1996)
Cold River Songs (1998)

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Cold River Songs to ich najlepszy album. To właśnie tam partie smyczkowe robią niesamowitą robotę. Debiut i Pięć Szmat też całkiem niezłe, ale to już chyba powszechnie wiadomo, bo hajp był swego czasu spory.

Najbardziej Joy Division-ski zespół ze wszystkich noise rockowych zespołów. Tak bym to określił :D

Najciekawsze opinie z internetu, bo ludzie lubią jednolinijkowce:

"Delayed power electronics which had been shaped into the noise rock form. Brilliant." - o debiucie.
"Supposedely the album is a "tribute" to Jack the Ripper. It's as "inspirational" as blood-curdling misogyny can get." - o dwójce.
"Joy Division meet Neurosis in Death Valley at dusk. hot rod drag race, winner takes all." - Zimnej Rzeki Piosenki.
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Na deser wywiad z Kevinem:
RESOUND: Can you tell me about BODYCHOKE's most memorable live performance?

KT: The most memorable for me was when we played a small venue in East London. I remember Paul and I completely lost it. I threw my guitar and cracked Mike Alexander's 'cello and stumbled off stage halfway through the set after giving myself a black eye head butting a monitor. A few moments later Paul came of stage and puked up on the floor. We had three strings left on our guitars between us. The funny thing was that the most memorable thing during the set was silence. We used to leave bigger and bigger gaps between riffs during an introduction to a song. At this gig the gap was over three minutes. I know because I counted it. No one moved, no one spoke. You could have cut the tension with a knife. It was so powerful, two hundred people soaking up the atmosphere and nobody wanting to break the tension.

RESOUND: You recorded your second album, "Five Prostitutes" with Steve Albini. In addition to being a great recording engineer he's quite a character. Any anecdotes from those sessions?

KT: This is probably pretty uncool, but we were all singing "Have you ever seen a fully grown man naked" in various styles from Opera to Country and Western and Dr Doolittle, he was more than happy to join in. He recorded us exactly as we sounded. He did not 'produce' or offer any advice. He just recorded the moment.
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