Nada background info on this one. What can I say, I bought it in admiration for the sleeve. The back cover divulges little liner info, except for denoting Broke From the Sound, was recorded in Austin, TX, and the band appeared to be based in San Marcos, TX, not far from the state capitol. Public Bulletin, who boasted a six-man roster, very likely may have been contemporaries to such Austin-situated, period acts as The Reivers, True Believers, and The Texas Instruments. What you get is four tracks of modern indie-rock fare, negligibly reminiscent of REM. The harmonica's that lead off "Victim," and "Green" are about as "Western" as the vibe gets. My pick here is "Killing Us," enhanced by washes of keyboards and poignantly ringing guitars. Enjoy.
03. Killing Us
COSMIC PSYCHOS - Slave To The Grave 1989 - A long day at the fucking computer is coming to an end and I crown it with one of my favorite bands: the *Cosmic Psychos* and this twelve track CD was rec...
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