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Hell Songs

by Daughters

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sushi belly
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sushi belly First heard this album back in 2006 and I'm still finding new things to love about it. Favorite track: Hyperventilationsystem.
JDMP
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JDMP The true inheritors of Swans. Abhorrent and dissonant. Amazing album. Favorite track: Hyperventilationsystem.
Dylan Zayas
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Dylan Zayas Daughters' "Hell Songs" has quickly become one of my all-time favorite albums. Everything about this project screams originality, innovation, and honesty. The guitars are hectic but precise, while the lower register is saturated and grounding. I strongly urge you to purchase this album even if you don't like it right away! It will grow on you as you begin to absorb all the nuances and personal meanings within each song... I seriously can't praise this album enough. Favorite track: Hyperventilationsystem.
Wil Wright
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Wil Wright Fast and hard, relentlessly. Fantastic. Favorite track: The Fuck Whisperer.
endzeitgeist
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endzeitgeist Pure musical melodic chaos. Not for every day, but when it works, it's perfect. Favorite track: Providence By Gaslight.
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After staking out a reasonably comfortable bus-stop bench near the same intersection where Benjamin Franklin and Sir Walter Raleigh work their filthy corners, Providence, Rhode Island's DAUGHTERS slowly unzipped and whipped out 2003's 'Canada Songs' (Robotic Empire). The pimps at Hydra Head came calling for sloppy seconds. Nine months later, a misshapen fetus called Hell Songs was delivered.

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released August 8, 2006

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