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Hex [VINYL] Bark Psychosis
Release Date: 2012 - 12 - 03, Vinyl, Vinilisssimo
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by - written on 22/06/08 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Bark Psychosis may not be a band that many people are familiar with, especially since they have released only two really significant albums since they formed in 1986. Also there was a huge 10 year gap between the incredible album 'Hex' (1994), and IIICodename-Dustsucker (2004)! Prolific they are not- quality they certainly are! As you can probably guess from my other music reviews, I have slightly eccletic music tastes; largely the fault of 'him indoors' who was a music fiend for the most part of his angst ridden youth! (before I came along, that is!). My husband introduced me to Bark Psychosis in the early days of our relationship (this music was part of his plan to woo Read the complete review
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