Monday, August 13, 2007

how do you tell a child that someone has died?

Black Lips' Good Bad Not Evil is probably the most nostalgic/retro sounding record of this year. The latest album by Black Lips modeled elements from countless influential 50s, 60s and 70s bands; as a result, Good Bad Not Evil sounds like a mixture of Buddy Holly, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Zombies, and The Stooges just to name a few. Revolving on the subjects of working class struggles and tragedies, each song is brightly arranged to carry combined characteristics from the bands mentioned earlier. Good Bad Not Evil is witty, engaging, clever, and in large, an absolutely splendid record!

Katrina [wicked-cool song]
Navajo [wicked-cool song]
How Do You Tell [wicked-cool song]
Bad Kids [wicked-cool song]
***all files expire in 7 days or until bandwidth reaches its limit

Good Bad Not Evil comes out on September 11th, pre-order details coming soon


Anonymous said...

i love this band, the new songs sound amazing, thanks!!

Jackman said...

No problem... Although I didn’t mention it in the post, but Good Bad Not Evil is one of my favourite records of 2007 so far!

Jordan said...

thanks for sharing!

bxixl said...

can you please repost the songs?


Jackman said...

Sorry it took so long, but the songs are up for download again, enjoy!

bxixl said...