You're Doomed. Be Nice
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'You're Doomed. Be Nice.' is Rob Crow's first album since his heavily publicized withdrawal from music - specifically the toxic byproducts of the lifestyle of a touring professional musician attempting to survive in an industry of diminishing returns.
Rather than perform, record, and mix every note himself - a trademark of his previous solo endeavors - Crow formed Gloomy Place, a band made up of close friends that includes another member of the beloved Heavy Vegetable.
Recorded and mixed by Ben Moore (Hot Snakes), You're Doomed presents a fascinating dichotomy: dynamic, eclectic prog-pop backing alarmingly confessional, often acerbic lyrical themes. This juxtaposition makes for an album of confrontational yet accessible songs filled with wry wit and emotional depth.
'You're Doomed. Be Nice.' is the diamond carved out of a particularly rough chunk of Rob Crow's life - one that's either the first gem of an inspired second act, or the culmination of an undeniably influential career. In either case, the quality of its cut will last a lifetime.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Artist||ROB CROWS GLOOMY PLACE|
|Music Genre Primary||Alternative|
- 1. Oh, The Sadmakers
- 2. This Distance
- 3. Business Interruptus
- 4. Paper Doll Parts
- 5. Light On
- 6. Quit Being Dicks
- 7. No Shadow Left Behind
- 8. Rest Your Soul
- 9. Yie Ar
- 10. Autumnal Palette
- 11. Red: Alone
- 12. Unreliable Narrator
- 13. What We've Been Doing While You've Been Away
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