[FDR-35] Following the release of one of the best 12"s of last year, Real Numbers is back with more U.K. DIY style pop via Minneapolis. "Tear It In Two" is their best track yet. Driven by one of the catchiest bouncy bass lines, and a guitar tone that can only be likened to play a chain link fence, this song is a modern pop classic. Limited edition version comes on yellow vinyl with silk screened cover. Limit of one per customer.
"Round three of vintage UK DIY/power-pop straight outta Minnesota. Bouncing basslines, electrified tin guitar, sing-song vocals, factory-made hooks. Both tracks hit the spot, "Tear it In Two" is the TVPs-styled pop hit, but I'm more partial to the nervous energy of "Pinckney St." and its "shredding" solo. A real good time, so upbeat it hurts. A nice little companion piece to the 12". Scum stats: limited version on yellow vinyl comes with a silk-screened sleeve, featuring more European automobile artwork. I've not seen such tenacious dedication to an aesthetic since the glory days of Japanese practicioners of the replicant arts like First Alert or Tweezers. Absolutely impeccable and essential."(RK)-Terminal Boredom
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