Perfect Daze, by virtue of an anthology type retrospective, Five Year Scratch issued by the ever thoughtful Boss Tuneage label. So impressed was I by their low-fi acumen, sprawling energy, and melodic aplomb I sought out original copies of their two eps, Bubblegum and Regular Jailbreak, which I shared in full back in the waning days of 2009. Splendid stuff, but I really hadn't given them a second thought since I made said entry. A few days ago however, one of my most astute followers from across the pond informed me that six-stringer Scruff Myers and bassist Wolfie Retard (no relation to Jay) eventually founded the band Lovejunk once Daze were decommissioned. Some MP3s were exchanged, my stringent eardrums were satisfied, and the result is his post featuring their first two EPs. LJ subscribed to a similar ethic as their antecedents, albeit taking advantage of superior studio gear. They can best be summed up as a merger between Mega City Four and the Replacements, occasionally inviting the Senseless Things to a round of drinks.
A big thanks goes out to Duncan for setting me up with these files. Enjoy.
All We Have to Do is Stay Together ep
01. All We Have to Do is Stay Together
02. We Can Win
03. You Know Nothing
Dare To Be Wrong ep
01. Death By Smiling
04. Truest Friend
All We Have to Do... http://www22.zippyshare.com/v/jXcb8nDX/file.html
Dare to Be Wrong: http://www22.zippyshare.com/v/k4yp1UmH/file.html
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