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Bark Psychosis

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3.86 | 9 ratings | 1 reviews | 11% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I Know (4:11)
2. Nothing Feels (3:43)
3. All Different Things (8:09)
4. By Blow (5:07)
5. Manman (5:02)
6. Blood Rush (7:14)
7. Tooled Up (7:36)
8. Scum (21:15)

Total Time: 62:17

Line-up / Musicians

- Graham Sutton / vocals, guitar, samples, melodica, keyboards, harmonium
- Mark Simnett / drums, percussion
- John Ling / vocals, bass, guitar, samples, percussion
- Daniel Gish / keyboards, piano, melodica
- Su Page / vocals (1,4)
- Daniel Crawley / French horn (8)
- Noel / clarinet (8)
- Neil Aldrige / programming (8)

Releases information

CD 3rd Stone STONE010CD (1994 UK)

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BARK PSYCHOSIS Independency ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(11%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(56%)
Good, but non-essential (11%)
Collectors/fans only (22%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by Gooner
4 stars Buy "Independency"- Bark Psychosis for the lengthy track "Scum" and be prepared to be blown away. This one is for fans of bands like Sigur Ros, "Spirit of Eden/Laughing Stock"-period Talk Talk and Godspeed You Black Emperor! A classic and timeless piece of work from 1992.

"Scum" was recorded in a church and you can _hear the room_, so to speak. I would say this track alone represents the "Dark Side Of The Moon/Close To The Edge"-like masterpiece in the "Post Rock" genre. I'm lost for words in describing it other than it includes jazz-like drumming, woodwinds, keyboards and a throbbing pastoral-like bass line(similar to Chicago band TORTOISE, not unlike Talk Talk's "Laughing Stock"). Make sure you hear "Scum" for the first time uninterrupted...preferably late at night, dim the lights...and ALONE! I know that sounds pretentious, but it will do the trick. Crack open a cheap bottle of wine to boot! Neighbours within your vicinity may think you've just purchased a one way ticket to the funny you might want to drive out to the countryside or find a nice secluded place before pressing PLAY>. "Scum" could clear a room in no less than 1 minute once things start to get a little hairy. :-)

The track "Scum"(21:15 in length) gets 5 stars++++

The rest of the "Independency" CD ranks on par with anything by Slowdive, early-Catherine Wheel, My Bloody Valentine, Comsat Angels, Cocteau Twins, early-Verve, Swans and Joy Division with a bit of a Pink Floyd organic feel(most notably "A Saucerful Of Secrets" meets "Meddle"). Not too amazing or mindblowing, but still pretty good.

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