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Bulletholes 2: Let Me Take You Hostage /  Various
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 9421011340601
  • Item #: 1080594X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1/1/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Bulletholes 2: Let Me Take You Hostage / Various on CD

The long awaited follow up to 'Here Come The Bulletholes'. Sure we had 'Reload' last year, but that wasn't the follow up, more an alternate take on the original. A lot has happened in two years, bands have disappeared and new ones have formed. Just as Bulletholes was a snapshot of Powertool Records in 2003, Bulletholes 2 is a snap shot from the year 2005.Let me take you hostage relates to the next step. You've discovered us, now let me take you further into the depths of our world. Come and taste some of our new artists and re-familiarize yourself with some of the old. Robert Scott .....'Something quite enchanting' Momzer ...........'Intellectual American Pop' The Temporary Thing ....'The music flows so beautifully. The lyrics: poetic,gorgeous, raw, true'. Joed Out ..........'jangling, chiming guitars, that on occassion crank up some real sonic intensity and white noise.' Mikael H..........' a pleasant slice of lo fi folk pop' The Shrugs ........'rawish powerpop, fabulously infectious'. Edward Gains ...... 'Curiously listenable... incessantly infectious.... This man could be Syd Barrett and Jonathon Richmond's antipedeon cousin'. Go on, let us take you hostage, it's okay we'll treat you right.