This 7" was made for what was supposed to be their European summer tour 2000. But No Knife had to cancel because they were asked to open up for Sunny Day Real Estate in their native country USA. Nevertheless it became an excellent release of two interesting bands. The No Knife song goes on where their last album left off. The song sounds a little harsher what really makes it one of the punkiest things they ever put out. No Knife rocks like never before.
Tsjech Republic’s Sunshine surprises their friends and their enemies with another post-punk / new wave song with all the keyboards and sequencers in the right places. But not as ‘techno’ as the songs from their split 12" with their buddies At the Drive-In. ‘The Doll and the Midnight Sushi Orgy’ kicks some serious fucking ass!
A perfect way to check out two amazing bands or two complete your collection if you’re already a fan from one of the bands. Isn’t that what splits are made for?
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Kelley from Apo, AE
Jun 16 2005
If you already own "Riot for Romance" there is little point in getting this vinyl; unless, of course, you are just looking to improve your collection. Flechette is an awesome song and well worth the cost, but the other song is mediocre at best.
Jared from Northborough, MA
Mar 17 2005
No Knife should be the only reason to buy this Split 7". Flechette appears on Riot For Romance! Good Stuff. Sunshine is crap, but I remember that from the At The Drive In Split. Stay far away from them...