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LIMITED DELUXE EDITION of 500 copies, 180 gram vinyl, and SUPER SPECIAL COVER (a little different design than CD version, and with 2 flats in front the cover). If you open it, you can see another cover and Lyrics.... AWESOME! I never seen it.
We add a MP3 DOWNLOAD CARD with full LP + one BONUS TRACK (not in CD version). All copies are numbered by hand, and enveloped in MYLLAR (expensive but it don´t spoils the color over the years). It´s a special COLLECTORS EDITION.
The Label is different than CD release too ... with old green/gold color like 50s Lps.
Introducing THE CUBICAL, a raucous psychedelic-garage-blues five piece hailing from the dirty old port of Liverpool, England. Since releasing their critically acclaimed debut album Come Sing These Crippled Tunes, produced by the Grammy award winning Dave Sardy at Sunset Sounds, Hollywood, the band have been on the road performing their distinct brand of dirty, sleazy, swampy,manic, garage blues to appreciative audiences all over the world. Touring the UK, Ireland,USA, Australia, Spain, Norway, France and Holland and playing alongside the likes of Bob Dylan, The Magic Band, The Black Lips, Kiss and many more has left The Cubical with a battalion of loyal followers which is growing more numerous and dedicated by the day.
Their aforementioned debut, released in September 09, was lapped up by the critics and their highly anticipated follow up, It 'Aint Human.
You can listen it here:
30 minute live special on The Cubical on national Spanish TV (RTVE)
Video to single Dirty Shame: www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ik4avmcnzY
Video to single Like Me I’m A Peacock: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zd7ZPBTayl4
Like Me I'm A Peacock live at The Azkena Rock Festival, Spain: www.eitb.com/video/en/detail/454370/the-cubical-azkena-rock-festival/
'Ever wondered what might happen if Tom Waits and The Rolling Stones got together for an old fashioned jam and Nick Cave stopped by to bum a cigarette? This is one of the most vital records of the year, The Cubical may just be your new favourite band. 4.5 /5" (Sydney Morning Herald -Australia)
'An amalgamation of blues, soul, garage, free jazz and psychedelia... A truly wonderful album and a highlight of the year so far' - (Artrocker )
'If you like your rock'n'roll primal and pounding, and your vocals gritty and growly, then meet Liverpool's answer to the Magic Band' – (The Guardian )
“ Guitars clang and the bass and drums shuffle just right enough to raise the ghost of Willie Dixon, track down Captain Beefheart circa Safe As Milk and have a chat with The La's. And the singers raspy vocal might just shatter your light bulbs' - (Mojo)
"Compared to other Liverpool bands, The Cubical stand out for a mile as the demented, disheveled, brilliant band they are. " (THE FLY MAG)
"The rumble of Great White Lie is enough to make a listener fear divine retribution, hide the children and close the curtains." (Spin magazine - USA)
"It's time for a revolution... It's time for the Cubical. This band from Liverpool is ready to blow your mind with their refreshing garage, psychedelic bluesy sound" (Duo Paparazzi - Holland)
'A trembling and yet raucous collection of songs... Think Tom Waits mixed with Detroit Cobras into the heady cocktail. Lovely stuff.' 4/5- (Big Cheese Mag )
"Wilson makes Waits sound like Tiny Tim" (The Guardian)
'Dirty, gritty, rock 'n' roll blues... I am sold. Pour me a whiskey and prop me against the bar' 11/13- (Room Thirteen)
"Weirdo garage gospel." (straight.com
"Imagine if Captain Beefheart was fronting The Doors, and they were a psyche garage band? With an extraordinary dip into black and white Cash/Cave territory, this could be a party being thrown by the coolest hot-rod-lovin’, corn-fed dame-shaggin’ son of a gun known to man! A Great find. 4/5 " (MAG - Australia)
released 17 October 2011