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The Hunches - The Hunches (2016)

6-05-2016, 09:16
Rock | Alternative | Punk

Title: The Hunches
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Almost Ready Records
Genre: Garage Rock, Punk Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 42:08 min
Total Size: 108 MB


01. The Hunches - Watcha Gonna Do?
02. The Hunches - You'll Never Get Away With My Heart
03. The Hunches - Mind Fuck Blues
04. The Hunches - So Long
05. The Hunches - Got Some Hate
06. The Hunches - Dance Alone
07. The Hunches - Pamela
08. The Hunches - Radiation
09. The Hunches - Suicide Ride
10. The Hunches - Razor Eyes
11. The Hunches - The Blind Man Boogie
12. The Hunches - You'd Better Think Twice
13. The Hunches - Shake That Thing
14. The Hunches - Like I Could Die

Specializing in epochal rock & roll noise in the grand tradition of the Velvet Underground, the Jesus & Mary Chain, and a guitar and amp being pushed down a flight of stairs while cranked up to ten, the Hunches were a band from Portland, Oregon who set new standards for energetic cacophony during their run in the 2000s. Guitarist Chris Gunn and lead vocalist Hart Gledhill first met when they were on the same little league team, and the two began making music together when they were in eighth grade. (Gunn claims to have taken guitar lessons from Zoot Horn Rollo, aka Bill Harkleroad, the former guitarist with Captain Beefheart's Magic Band, though Gunn had little positive to say about the experience.) Gunn and Gledhill later formed a band called the Conmen, and when that group parted ways, they teamed up with bassist Sarah Epstein (ex-the Roswells and the Flip-Flops) and drummer Ben Spencer (formerly with the [Real] Pills and Jetpack) to create the Hunches. The Hunches made their recorded debut in 2002 with a single for In the Red Records, "Got Some Hate" b/w "Lost Time Frequency." The single was soon followed by the album Yes. No. Shut It, which inspired rave reviews from the most adventurous corners of the independent rock press. In the Red issued a second Hunches album, Hobo Sunrise, in 2004, which like the debut was produced and engineered by Mike McHugh at his California recording studio The Distillery. The Hunches toured America and Europe extensively over the next several years, and released a handful of small-label singles and compilation tracks, but the musicians became disenchanted with the group, believing the project had run its course, and after recording a final album with producer/engineer Justin Higgins, 2008's Exit Dreams, the Hunches broke up. The band's final release, 2009's Home Alone 5, featured four unreleased studio tracks paired up with a live-in-the-studio session the Hunches recorded for John Peel's BBC Radio series in 2004. ~ Mark Deming.

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