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Podcast Episode
Season
Four
number
167
Type
Album Review
Post Date
3/25/2014

Karp

167 Self Titled LP by Karp

Self Titled LP

Label
K
Release year
1997
Producer
Karp
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Melvins-eque sludge to frenetic punk, with a screaming vocal on top of it all. How can we not love this combination?

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This week's Requested Review provides us with one of heaviest and loudest bands we've ever covered, Karp, and their third and final album, Self Titled LP. At only eight songs and barely thirty minutes, Self Titled LP is still a challenging album to get through thanks to plenty of abrasive mid-level frequency guitar, tempos that move from Melvins-eque sludge to frenetic punk, with a screaming vocal on top of it all. How can we not love this combination? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • ‚ÄćIntro - Bacon Industry3:00 - History of the Band
  • 10:22 - Bacon Industry
  • 17:18 - Forget the Minions
  • 25:25 - D+D Fantasy
  • Outro - J is for Genius

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