Follow Me - The Coathangers - Suck My Shirt
Posted by: Taut | on October 2, 2012
Label: Suicide Squeeze - S128 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Indie Rock
Strokin - Poonanny - Be Still, Gotita De Miel - Maria Teresa Chacin - Canta Para Ti, Anthropophagy - Sarcastic - Macabre Human Mutilation / Corps In Decomposition, Mustt Mustt (Massive Attack Remix) - Daddy G - DJ-Kicks, Jody Watley - Dont You Want Me, Deeflash - Deeflash EP, Mazzy Star - She Hangs Brightly, Plump DJs - A Plump Night Out, Il Etait Une Fois La Revolution - The Hollywood Studio Orchestra - Great Western Movie Themes, Dave Mason - Crying, Waiting, Hoping
Mar 19, · Somehow, on an album called Suck My Shirt, the Coathangers manage to have it all. It's well-recorded, well-written, and teeming with both force and emotional depth/
THE DEVIL YOU KNOW. It’s a tale told so many times we might be numb to its magic, but when The Coathangers played their first show back in at a small house party in Atlanta, the band’s aspirations were little more than a one-off excuse for a few friends to hang out and make some noise.
Follow Me opens Suck My Shirt with a self-assured swagger of razor-like palm muted guitar riffs and a cool, rippling bassline dominated by Stephanie Luke’s powerful, smoky rasp.
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Suck My Shirt is the fourth full-length for The Coathangers. “It’s a balance between overthinking and just going for it,” guitarist Crook Kid (Julia Kugel) says of their songwriting strategy. It’s a duality immediately apparent with the album opener “Follow Me.”.