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The Second Best of Glose

by Glose

Composed in the key of gray 'The Second Best Of Glose' can best be described as 7 songs dedicated to the very first organism which experienced the mammalian fight or flight response.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Post-Punk
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1. I've Got Nothing to Move You, Diamond
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2. My Drone
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3. Fistful of Slag
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4. Thirsty Nurse
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5. Tukwila Live Butcher
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6. The Tobacconist
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7. Wake up Winborn
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Building their own studio, hand-crafting their own amplifiers and brewing their own beer, Seattle noise-rock band Glose decided to name their band after world famous singer/songwriter Thomas "Wanderlust" Glose. Live shows have been described as "zoo like" in their requisite mixture of Asperger's, alcohol and adderall.

Having been featured on the covers of Loose Cannon Monthly (2017) as well as The Accident Prone Musician (Summer 2014) it's no wonder the members of Glose spend most of their time attempting (and I quote) "to write the song found at the end of time".

'The Second Best Of Glose' (2019's follow-up to 2013's 'The Very Best Of Glose') is more likely the sound of the alarm triggered by yet another universal time-heist than it is a math/noise-rock record. It's been described as recommended listening for those who revel in the violent abuse of alternating current. Some would call it sorcery.

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