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NO MEN- "Dear God, Bring The Doom" LP

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NO MEN- "Dear God, Bring The Doom" LP
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The first proper No Men full-length, Dear God, Bring The Doom was conceived with engineer Brian Fox at Two States Audio in northwest Chicago, recorded live with minimal overdubs in two days to best capture the urgency and intensity of live shows. “Native Chicagoan Eric Hofmeister propels these tracks with economical drumming that teases out the dance-punk elements in DB’s meaty bass lines, while Pursley’s haunting vocals gel with DB’s high-voltage guitars to amplify each song’s shock beyond what No Men’s volume is otherwise capable of achieving.” –(Chicago Reader) “Dear God Bring the Doom is a must listen to album for any Chicago punk enthusiast.” -PunkNews.orgCover photography by Greg Stephen Reigh and band photography by Liz Ripley. 1st pressing: 300 pressed on bling gold vinyl. Let's Pretend Recs
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The first proper No Men full-length, Dear God, Bring The Doom was conceived with engineer Brian Fox at Two States Audio in northwest Chicago, recorded live with minimal overdubs in two days to best capture the urgency and intensity of live shows. “Native Chicagoan Eric Hofmeister propels these tracks with economical drumming that teases out the dance-punk elements in DB’s meaty bass lines, while Pursley’s haunting vocals gel with DB’s high-voltage guitars to amplify each song’s shock beyond what No Men’s volume is otherwise capable of achieving.” –(Chicago Reader) “Dear God Bring the Doom is a must listen to album for any Chicago punk enthusiast.” -PunkNews.orgCover photography by Greg Stephen Reigh and band photography by Liz Ripley. 1st pressing: 300 pressed on bling gold vinyl. Let's Pretend Recs
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