It’s a tall order to describe Leatherface in a single paragraph, given the seemingly monumental footprint they’ve left on our little world of DIY punk rock. They encompass everything there is to love about independent music - inventing a trademarked and unmistakable playing style, influencing and inspiring dozens of bands who have since risen to the top of the heap, and always maintaining their humility and integrity. Renowned for Stubbs’ weathered yet melodic rasp and soaring Gordon Smith guitars, Leatherface (commonly referred to as The Boat) champion the working stiff above all else, a testament to their Sunderland heritage and unflinching perseverance.
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Andrew from Elmhurst, IL
Apr 4 2010
Ahh Leatherface. The main thing you judge this band on when listening to albums by this band is off of their landmark album "Mush" and "Dog Disco." Those two stand out highly in the Leatherface Discography. "Mush" is revolutionary good. When I saw that Leatherface came out with another record on this website I had to buy it immediately, anticipating it's arrival.
This album is a great breathe of fresh spring air. I like it a lot. If you enjoy Leatherface I suggest you own this. It has some memorable, catchy songs like the first nine songs. Very critical,important lyrics show that this band can write strong songs still. Frankie Stubbs' voice is still rockin' and so is this band.
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