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They Were Wrong So We Drowned To escape the pigeonholing restraints applied by the hipster community, Brooklyn's Liars have receded from the arty, groovy headbanger funk of their...They Were Wrong So We Drowned To escape the pigeonholing restraints applied by the hipster community, Brooklyn's Liars have receded from the arty, groovy headbanger funk of their...2004-02-27

They Were Wrong So We Drowned

Producer (group): Mute; Status: In Season

To escape the pigeonholing restraints applied by the hipster community, Brooklyn’s Liars have receded from the arty, groovy headbanger funk of their well-received debut, 2002’s ”They Threw Us All in a Trench and Stuck a Monument on Top.” Here, the trio defiantly cranks out warped hard noise: Angus Andrew’s ritualistic intonations loom over bloodthirsty euphony and deep-sea sonar pulses that resonate to create a disoriented, trancelike feel. Fewer thrills, more chills.

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