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Twin Guns - The Last Picture Show Album

Genre: Rock
Performer: Twin Guns
Title: The Last Picture Show
Style: Garage Rock, Punk
Date of release: 2015
FLAC album size: 1217 mb
MP3 album size: 2252 mb

Tracklist

Living In A Dream5:10
Maniac5:43
Make My Temperature Rise4:03
Fugitive4:31
The Last Picture Show6:42
The First Time2:45
Johnny's Dead4:02
Now I Understand2:56
Trigger Jack5:33
Harlem Nocturne2:53

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HGR-009Twin Guns The Last Picture Show ‎(LP, Album)Hound Gawd! RecordsHGR-009Germany2015
HGR-009Twin Guns The Last Picture Show ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Red)Hound Gawd! RecordsHGR-009Germany2015

Album

The Last Picture Show - Twin Guns. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Last Picture Show Twin Guns 3rd album. Ditributed by HoundGawd Records For licensing and TWIN GUNS music placement inquiries, please contact Quick Sync Music. Email: Melissa. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 18 USD or more. 00:37:37 Twin Guns The Last Picture Show. The blank city has gone dark. The cold, killer moonlight casts severe shadows on our souls, and the sound of chaos, madness and melancholy is set to tribal beats and relentless agitation. The expressive, hard to define style of this music helps us get. Album 2015 10 Songs. More By Twin Guns. Imaginary World. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей free to Twin Guns The Last Picture Show Make My Temperature Rise, Fugitive and more. 10 tracks 44:18. The Last Picture Show is a 1971 American drama film directed and co-written by Peter Bogdanovich, adapted from a semi-autobiographical 1966 novel The Last Picture Show by Larry McMurtry. Set in a small town in north Texas from November 1951 to October 1952, it is about the coming of age of Sonny Crawford Timothy Bottoms and his friend Duane Jackson Jeff Bridges. The cast also includes Cybill Shepherd in her film debut, Ellen Burstyn, Ben Johnson, and Cloris Leachman, and features Eileen Brennan. Twin Guns. Fugitive, 04:31. The First Time, 02:47. Johnny's Dead, 04:02. Harlem Nocturne, 02:53. Trigger Jack, 05:33. Living in a Dream, 05:09. Now I Understand, 02:56. The Last Picture Show, 06:41. Login with. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Last Picture Show. Twin Guns are a garage-noir, retro-future band consisting of Andrea Sicco on guitar, Jim Chandler on drums and Kristin Fayne-Mulroy on bass. They're in the process of releasing a new album called The Last Picture Show on Hound Gawd Records in the Fall. They're also really damn good The time betwe

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Twin Guns: Imaginary World, Harlem Nocturne, Trigger Jack и другие песни. Listen to music from Twin Guns like Cannibal Soul, Now I Understand & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Twin Guns. New Yorks TWIN GUNS features Andrea Sicco Oscura, Rockethouse and Jungle Jim Chandler The Cramps, The Makers. Despite being just a duo, Twin Guns has the power and chops to really bring it. Drenched in reverb, fuzz and an overdose of atmosphere, Twin Guns combine parts Jesus & Mary read more. About twin guns. Our Story. New York City garage-noir threesome TWIN GUNS was put together in 2010 by guitaristsinger Andrea Si. 2,415 people like this. 2,555 people follow this. Contact TWIN GUNS on Messenger. Twin Guns. Your Rating. Overview . Jim Chandler, Andrea Sicco. TWIN GUNS. Brooklyn, New York. Garage Noir from Brooklyn. A reverberating sonic tornado that sucks up and spits out elements of '60s punk, biker instrumentals, surf-rock and psychedelia with a sinister, no-nonsense delivery. Twin Guns drench their audiences with powerful swells of cinematic sound. A reverberating sonic tornado that sucks up and spits out elements of '60s punk, biker. instrumentals, surf-rock and psychedelia with a sinister, no-nonsense delivery. more more. Now on tour in Scotland & England Garage Noir, Le Garage Noir, Music NYC. Для абонентов. Top Songs. Now I Understand. Cannibal Soul. Harlem Nocturne. The Last Picture Show. Make My Temperature Rise. Trigger Jack. Imaginary World. 00:37:37 Twin Guns The Last Picture Show. The blank city has gone dark. The cold, killer moonlight casts severe. The expressive, hard to define style of this music helps us get inside this world of instability, fear, andor alienation. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2012 Vinyl от Sweet Dreams на of all the songs by TWIN GUNS, heard in movies and tv shows. See scene descriptions, listen to their music and download songs. The following is the complete list of all 2 movies and tv shows that Twin Guns have been heard or featured in. Song TITL0E. Dare Me , S1E9. 1 Mar 2020

Comments to album Twin Guns - The Last Picture Show
Delagamand
TWIN GUNS - THE LAST PICTURE SHOW - By Franco Lys Dimauro (distorsioni.net)

"The beginning was guitar and drums. And a voice that came from the underworld. But the arrival of Kristin has made even more erotic the music of the Italian-New York group that sees on the drums "Jungle" Jim, the drummer who was behind Poison Ivy's ass for the Cramps tour of " Fiends of Dope Island" when you still had a snack by detonating the cellophane of industrial brioscine and, even today, that both the snacks and theirs have been silenced in Makers. Of the Cramps, but not only of them, the Twin Guns have absorbed much of the trash-a-billy culture that results in a reverberated and truculent sound (an example of all the beautiful The First Time that connects the crampsiana jungle to the metropolitan delusions of the Suicide) which makes obvious reference to them as well as that of other masters of the genre such as Screaming Jay Hawkins, Raymen and Beasts of Bourbon as it is clear (forgive the oxymoron that is going to rain down ... NdLYS) the influence of certain surf dark and sinister (in the many tracks where the rhythm slows down as in the beautiful zombie version of the Harlem Nocturne standard and then again on Maniac , Temperature Rise , The Last Picture Show, Trigger Jack ). Going out with such a necrophile and bastard record, headed to a band that wears “guns” on a red vinyl, in September 11th, may appear to be a tacky move. And it is. No more than certain selective indignation or the mercenary business TWIN GUNSthat hides behind every clash between civilizations, in any case. Or perhaps the need to adapt our Z-series reality to a more reassuring, though frightening, B-series comic-book world. By driving away the ghosts that have the carnal consistency of our fellows to let their sheets just dangle."
Cobyno
TWIN GUNS - LAST PICTURE SHOW LP - by Falk Fatal (trashrock.de)

"There is absolute emptiness in the city. The cold moonlight leaves harsh shadows on our souls and chaos, insanity and melancholy are spreading. "The Last Picture Show", the new Twin Guns album from New York, delivers the perfect soundtrack. Recently I looked at Taxi Driver again. Robert de Niro roams lonely through the nocturnal New York of the 70s and is confronted with all the dark sides of the metropolitan existence such as drugs, violence and prostitution. A great movie that lives for me mainly through its dark atmosphere. And when I saw the movie like that, I had to think of "The Last Picture Show" , the new Twin Guns album from New York. Because that's just how oppressive the gloomy songs of the New York trio, whose style the Twin Guns simply call Garage Noir. I usually do not care about these ever new, more and more sophisticated sub-sub-genre designations, which are often just empty promises. However , it is true for the twin guns that started five years ago. Skillfully weave Andrea Sicco, "Jungle" Jim Chandler and since 2014 Kristie Fayne-Mulroy on " The Last Picture Show " 60s punk , psychedelic , surf and r heights rock'n'roll to a densely atmospheric sound carpet that me of a dark version the cramps remember. I know, I know, the crampsare used again and again as a reference, but here they fit, was "Jungle" Jim Chandler but 2003 on the European tour, the drummer of Poison Ivy and Lex Interior . Who the Cramps Reference is Too Mild: Imagine Lost Sounds without electro frills and you get an idea of ​​what Twin Guns sound like. I like this dark, broken sound very much. Each of the ten songs is great, but they only unfold their full beauty when played together as a complete album. For me, "The Last Picture Show" is the perfect soundtrack for rambles through the autumnal streets of the dark city."
Risinal
Twin Guns – Last Picture Show LP (Hound Gawd!) - J Castro (audioammunition.blogspot.com)

"Looking at just the cover, I thought there might me a lot of Guitar Wolf warship packaged in here, but I was wrong, well not completely. NYC’s Twin Guns mix the sights, sounds and textures of bands like Birthday Party, Gun Club, Velvet Underground, The Phantom, and The Cramps (who Twin Gun’s drummer “jungle” Jim Chandler used to play for). The record was produced by Matt Verta-Ray (of Heavy Trash, Speedball Baby, and The Madder Rose fame) and mastered by the Grammy award winning Michael Tudor who’s worked with everyone from The New York Dolls to Moby and even worked on soundtracks for films like Party Girl and American Psycho. So yes, this record sounds great. Twin Guns music provides the perfect soundtrack for a dark, foggy night on the beach while you sit there looking out at the vast ocean waves and start to plot your revenge."
Mr_KiLLaURa
Twin Guns - ‘The Last Picture Show’ (Hound Gawd! Records) - By Johnny H (uberrock.co.uk)

"There’s something in the air tonight, something hiding deep in the dark, I can feel it, I can taste it, and its giving off a spark. It’s this all new slab of wax from NYC based garage noir trio Twin Guns delivered direct to URHQ courtesy of the ever awesome Hound Gawd! Records. Sounding like the soundtrack to the best sixties biker gang B-Movie never to made, what we have here ladies and gentlemen is a ten track masterclass in primal garage punk rock ‘n’ roll. In fact dropping the needle on this platter is a little like when you walk into a bar and suddenly the band playing in the corner turns out to be one of the best you’ve ever heard. It gives you those same kind of goosebumps, and from the Dick Dale style instrumental ‘Harlem Nocture’ through to the out and out (motor) headbanger ‘Fugitive’ Andreas Sicco (on vocals/guitar), Jungle Jim Chandler (on drums) and Kristin Fayne-Mulroy (on bass) have me hook, line, and sinker. If I also tell you that Chandler spent time thumping the tubs for not only The Cramps but also Sub Pop glam bangers The Makers then that should give you a pretty good idea of what you are dealing with here, because ‘The Last Picture Show’ is so cool it should come with a free pair of shades just to let you open the shrinkwrap. ‘The Last Picture Show’ is available on vinyl (standard black plus a beautiful blood red) and download only via the links below. Buy this one without hesitation if you love either Iggy Pop, Lords Of The New Church or The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and if you like all three you’ve probably just found your favorite new band."
JoldGold
THE LAST PICTURE SHOW - A Monstrously Intense, Reverb-Drenched Album - By Delarue (NEW YORK MUSIC DAILY)
"Twin Guns play some of the most deliciously menacing music of any band in New York. Frontman Andrea Sicco plays with as much or maybe more reverb than any other New York guitarist. The eleven tracks here range from horror surf, to stomping Cramps garage punk, to the occasional departure into 60s biker rock and snatches of film noir themes. The opening track, Temperature Rise has a pummeling monsterwalk groove – supplied by drummer “Jungle Jim” Chandler, whose credits include playing with the Cramps – over which Sicco layers chainsaw fuzztone riffage, a handful of spare, neat trumpet voicings and bloody, teardrop blue notes. Fugitive cascades from a mean pickslide into a fuzzed-out attack, the early MC5 stampeding across the Great Plains, with a couple of savagely tasty horror surf interludes. Much as that band would frequently do, The First Time builds out of a vintage funk riff and makes a Frankenstein stomp out of it with tinges of ghoulabilly. Over steady macabre sway with hints of Syd Barrett and twelve-string Laurel Canyon psychedelia, Johnny’s Dead tells the sad tale of a really popular guy who still managed to end up cold and blue in the back of a car. You might think that a song titled Maniac would be a fullscale rampage, but this one has a slow menace in the same vein as the Stooges’ Gimme Danger. Twin Guns’ cover of Harlem Nocturne, the Duke Ellington classic reinvented as a surf tune by the Champs and the Ventures, moves like a trickle of blood down a slope, slowly congealing amid Sicco’s measured chordal blasts and shivery surf lines. The wall of reverb-tank noise that opens Trigger Jack hints that it’s going to go in a bludgeoning Link Wray direction, but instead Sicco takes it into creepy border rock, like Radio Birdman covering Calexico, up to a long, murderously sunbaked guitar solo. It’s arguably the album’s best song. Living in a Dream has a chugging riff-rock pulse and echoingly sinister, lingering Coffin Daggers sonics. With its briskly hypnotic new wave groove, the wickedly catchy Now I Understand sounds like a mashup of Brian Jonestown Massacre and the MC5. The final cut is the title track, a slow, sad, Lynchian doo-wop ballad spun through a million doomed layers of reverb…and then it morphs into a lurid ba-bump noir cabaret-tinted sway. Compared to the band’s previous work, this is somewhat more bulked up – the addition of bassist Kristin Fayne-Mulroy was a subtle but important one for their sound. This would qualify as one of the best albums of 2016 except that it came out last year…and ended up on the best of 2015 page."
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