I have stacks of stuff to share folks, problem is very little of it is currently ripped. But I do have this - a rather miscellaneous cassette by a combo billing themselves as the Circling Sky. A total cold case, if you will, as no contact or personnel info is provided on the spartan j-card, which offers nothing more than a standard track list. By the looks of things, this may have been devised as an in-house tape for some indie label or A&R company. It does however mention these are "rough mixes," but considering there's nary an iota of evidence to indicate this was ever made available for public consumption, I would suspect these was about as "finished" as these six tracks ever got.
Circling Sky's whatchamacallit brand of quirky guitar pop was heavy on noodly arpeggios and a trifle jammy on occasion. Tight as hell too, and with a bigger recording budget, juicy morsels like "Another Lifeless Day" and "The Dating Game" would have held their own amidst the fringes of the soon-to-be burgeoning alt-rock boom. Not a game changer by any means, but strangely appealing.
01. Another Lifeless Day
02. Middle-aged Man on the Circle of Fun
03. The Land of the Insane Bridge Builders
04. Miracle Babies
05. The Dating Game
06. Manhattan Traffic
Pickin' 'n' Grinnin' at Belly Button Records: The Jagged Frequency, Monster Youth, The Black Cult, MOAR - The Jagged Frequency We recently came across these songs at Belgian label Belly Button Records but honestly don't remember how we got there. They did rock ...
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