China Shop Bull | 9 Lives - 12"

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9 Lives - 12"

by China Shop Bull

Punk/Rave. Live drum and bass ska.
Genre: Metal/Punk: British Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 9 Lives
3:46 album only
2. Bite the Hand
3:58 album only
3. Holiday in Cambodia
3:55 album only


Album Notes
China Shop Bull don’t so much fill boots as take the boots, piss in them and sling them off a roof at unsuspecting passers-by for a laugh. Having supported bands as diverse as Voodoo Glow Skulls, Dreadzone, Dub Pistols and Sonic Boom Six, it’s no wonder that a prime adjective to describe CSB is eclectic but this six piece’s solid Skacore foundation is truly brought to life by a healthy dose of heavy amen breaks and live electronics. Skapunk Rave isn’t a genre you’d some across often, however songs with titles like ‘Brain In A Jar’ and ‘Seratonin Bomb’ give you a good idea of what it’s all about. Shredding guitar, blaring brass and dirty beats topped off by top quality crowd interaction culminating in a spot of inflatable dingy crowd-surfing. All in all; way too much fun! - Jam Magazine Beatherder Festival review 2013



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