Careful What You Wish For

by Cult With No Name

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The duo’s second song cycle prods your ears with a variety of influences. ‘Context is Everything’ hints at Scritti Politti, ‘Down the Line’ could be Stan Ridgway, whilst ‘You and Who’s Army’ recalls the minimalist funk of Shriekback. Features Blaine L. Reininger from Tuxedomoon.

Tracklisting:

Flying Ant Day / Context is Everything / Feels so Good / And Those Same Mistakes / Hands, Two, Touch / On the Fingers of One Thumb / Bluff / You Know Me Better Than I Know Myself / She B.C. / Down the Line / Golden Brown / Hurting the Ones You Love the Most / You and Who’s Army / Soft Skills

Preview 'You Know Me Better Than I know Myself' - www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAqo4swBXXU

Preview 'Golden Brown' - www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKT5LTWzylU

Reviews:

:: ‘here they are, with their cutting vignettes in demure, seductive shapes. and if you buy no other record this month go for this one. it’s essential’ – Mick Mercer (UK)
:: ‘so original, it unquestionably seems years ahead of its time’ – Mojophenia (UK)
:: ‘the piano playing is marvelous, wrapping you in the melancholy moods like the hammers were striking your head instead of strings’ – The Big Takeover (USA)
:: ‘wonderfully unique piano pop…haunting, lovely and simply unforgettble’ – Comfort Comes (USA)
:: ‘stein is an excellent vocalist, with quite a range, his voice soaring, then subsiding through these melancholic songs…proper songwriting, well produced, and terrific packaging too’ – Terrascope (UK)
:: ‘clever, subtle, sophisticated…’careful what you wish for’ really is something special’ – DSO (UK)
:: ‘more of that dark melodic feel with unique and captivating lyrics’ – Kata Rokka (USA)
:: ‘intelligent and interesting…a very rewarding album’ – Heathen Harvest (USA)
:: ‘…a great synth/pop album’ – Lunar Hypnosis (USA)

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released October 31, 2008

All instruments - Erik Stein and Jon Boux.
Violin - Blaine L. Reininger.

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The UK's widely acclaimed 'post-punk electronic balladeers'.

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