This dandy ep was the product of a Long Beach, CA duo consisting of Bob Waller
and Rafe Atkinson
. Desperate Hours
exuded a colorful and vibrantly melodic strain of indie-guitar rock with a surplus of punky momentum. "Who Sets the Changes" and "Day Street" are chockablock with the kind of verve and vitality that few of their contemporaries could muster...save for Husker Du (hint hint). Atkinson's head-spinning guitar salvos occasionally foreshadow the sonic aplomb of early '90s cult faves Head Candy and Polyphemus (if you're acquainted with either of those bands I think you'll know where I'm coming from). There's not a stitch of info to be gleaned online regarding Desperate Hours, which is a shame given the caliber of this record. A big round of applause goes to Thad for setting me up with this disk.
01. Who Sets the Changes
02. Under Strain
03. Day Street
04. On This River
05. Crashing Sea
unrelated - do you have any moko bovo (cleveland oh)?
I'm afraid not. Sorry.
Can you re-upload this one? I have on song , Under Strain, and it is fantastic.
Thanks for re-upload!
Hey! Any chance of a re-upload?
Rafe Atkinson aka Brian Leary who went on to do be Polyphemus on Beggars!
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