The Afghan Whigs - Do To The Beast album
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Do to the Beast is the seventh studio album by American alternative rock band The Afghan Whigs, their first in 16 years. It was released on April 15, 2014 on Sub Pop Records, the same label that released their albums Up in It and Congregation.
It was primarily recorded at Bear Creek Studios in Woodinville and Buzz's Kitchen in Los Angeles during July to August 1991. The band's frontman Greg Dulli produced the album entirely with audio engineer Ross Ian Stein
The Afghan Whigs has always been Dulli’s more personal and confessional outlet while The Twilight Singers served as a more abstract and vague channel for his continued ruminations on morality and mortality, spirituality and sexuality. Since Dulli has weathered and aged through his Singers’ material, Do To The Beast is a decidedly more mature venture than the Whigs’ 1990s output, injecting it with a gravity and solemnity commensurate with Dulli’s current station in life.
But regardless of reason, The Afghan Whigs sound rejuvenated. Their effortless fusion of styles makes Do to the Beast one of the most interesting albums of the year, and a strong feat for a band that last released material in 1998. The first thing you’ll notice is that Do to the Beast is not a laid back, self-appreciating reunion album. The Afghan Whigs put their nose immediately back to the grindstone, despite requiring a host of fill-in guitarists (Dave Rosser, Jon Skibic and Mark McGuire, amongst others) to replace the departed Rick McCollum
Afghan Whigs' album, 'Do To The Beast', releases April 15, 2014. If you've spent 10 minutes in a conversation with me, you know a few simple things. I am from the Cincinnati area, love Skyline Chili and The Afghan Whigs. But before the Afghan Whigs and even Skyline Chili, there was soul in Cincinnati in the form of King Records, who released recordings from James Brown, Joe Tex, Hank Ballard and many, many more. As the '90s ushered in the heyday of "alternative" music, many bands seemed to adopt a sound to match their fashion . Do To The Beast is a record many have waited 16 years for - and in my opinion, it is well worth the wait! It is a rock album for deep thinkers and deep feelers who like soul music.
Do to the Beast by The Afghan Whigs, released 15 April 2014 1. Parked Outside 2. Matamoros 3. It Kills 4. Algiers 5. Lost in the Woods 6. The Lottery 7. Can Rova 8. Royal Cream 9. I Am Fire 10. These Sticks Do to the Beast is the first new album by The Afghan Whigs in over a decade and a half. Founded in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1988, the band has long stood out from its peers, with their savage, rapturous blend of hard rock, classic soul, and frontman Greg Dulli’s searing obsessions
Do To the Beast Tracklist. 1. Parked Outside Lyrics.
Indeed, Do to the Beast takes The Afghan Whigs to previously uncharted zones. That’s clear from the Lennonesque primal screaming announcing album opener Parked Outside – one of the hardest-rocking Whigs songs ever, propelled by a pile-driving riff that would make Malcolm Young envious. First single Algiers, meanwhile, hotwires a pounding Be My Baby drumbeat with spaghetti-western atmospherics. Europe, and Southern Hemisphere. But once the tour was over, so, apparently, were the Whigs.
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NotesAvailable via download code contained with vinyl version. Download contains 17 page digital booklet in pdf format.
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