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“Isn’t there something in your mind, that says, this is wrong, this is wrong on every level?”
At the time, at the time, it was like… it was…
…like horses, you know?
Comprised of two parts,* …like horses is presented as the ultimate in dark corporate stoner reflective/receptive grinding face core.
…like horses is recommended as perfect for long drives late at night, for community and public radio, for all intoxicated people, for going to sleep, for those days at work, and for ALL human life on the planet.
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Quite possibly one of the greatest albums ever made, this untitled release is the meeting of two of Australia’s most interesting, most underground, and most belligerently misanthropic sound-artists. Any collaboration between Buttress O’Kneel, with her sample-happy postpop cheeky-as-a-schoolgirl breakmashing, and Lucas Darklord, with his dark grinding corporate evil-as-a-business-retreat scrapescapes, was sure to be extreme. But their decision to cover the entirety of Led Zeppelin’s fourth album, track by track, using no source-material but the original songs themselves, makes an extremity that will perhaps awaken the sleeping Rock Gods, dormant since Bonham’s untimely vomit-inhaling demise. A rock-purist’s worst nightmare, and a sample-police’s greatest dream, this album marks the year 2009 as a year when THINGS CHANGED.
Now FUCKEN ROCK!