Category: Glam Rock

Grace Of God - Foetus - Flow (CD, Album)


  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Flow on Discogs/5(37).
  2. Random Album; Random Song; Random Translation; Song of the Day iTunes Top Browse Lyrics. Artists All albums by Foetus (25) Deaf () Deaf. New York Or Bust! Is That A Line? Flow. Quick Fix; Cirrhosis Of The Heart; Mandelay; Grace Of God; .
  3. Foetus' second album, Ache (Self Immolation, ), is a more mature work. Foetus explores the same stylistic range, but each point of the range is given far deeper consideration. Dying With My Boots On is a cubist voodoobilly, overflowing with metallic dissonances; JQ Murder launches in a grotesque big-band swings, a prototype for what will become a Foetus specialty; Exit The Man With Nine.
  4. Flow Foetus. Released Grace Of God Lyrics. 5. The Need Machine Lyrics. 6. Suspect More Foetus albums Love (not Adam) Show all albums by Foetus.
  5. There but for the grace of god There but for the grace of god go i Ooh my my In the land of goodnplenty The customer is king Hindsights always And it don't achieve a thing Im driving but the brakes are out And the bridge is out atop But it aint the fall that kills you You know it's the sudden stop There but for the grace of god There but.
  6. After six years of LP drought, Thirlwell presented Flow, another noisy record. Quick Fix sounds like big band leftover from Gash. Cirrhosis of the Heart is jazz-rock that evolves into eccentric wall of noise in the rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfoay sounds like empty room that has section of sounds - and you can hear the silence between rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfo of God is a swingy vocal jazz, one of the better tracks.
  7. Flow is hands down my favorite Foetus album yet, and here's why: 1) It came from nowhere. Plus the gospel influence in "Grace of God," and the oddball bossa "Cirrhosis of the Heart." 5) The companion album "Blow" with all the remixes is also excellent and makes you appreciate "Flow" even more. out of 5 stars Possibly the most Foetus /5(14).
  8. Either Foetus has gotten much better at what he does, or it’s been so long since he dropped a major release that his “style” has actually been missed. Either way, Flow is a great summer dance-party disc for those with an emotional core built of throbbing, unresolved misanthropy and a burning need for blaring brass charts and snarky puns.