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  1. To hear Preoccupations‘ self-titled album without any context or backstory, their name would still make some kind of sense. The nine tracks on the album are washed in shades of gray and black and the occasional bits of spark flare, with even the most vibrant or upbeat moments wrapped in .
  2. Aug 01,  · Preoccupations' self-titled album is an eerie, unsettling, and dense post-punk/art rock album. Made up of genuinely talented musicians, Preoccupations excels in musicianship, memorability, and songwriting (for the most part). Mike Wallace's pummeling drums is an absolute delight to listen to/5(22).
  3. supported by 4 fans who also own “Preoccupations” The first time I listened to this album my dick grew ten inches. I listened to it again and ascended into a demigod-like form beyond the grasp of any biological or cultural perceptions of gender.
  4. Jun 13,  · Preoccupations is a tough, black and resilient modern rock album. It takes an intense and undiluted look at the dark mental landscape of someone 79%(21).
  5. supported by 15 fans who also own “Pontiac 87” This EP might just be the apotheosis of Protomartyr. They really seem to have nailed their sound here: it's pretty as a rainbow in a petrol spill, brutal as an eight-pint bar fight, sad as giving in to another night's insomnia.
  6. Singles from Preoccupations. Preoccupations is the second studio album by Canadian rock band Preoccupations, released on September 16, , by Flemish Eye in Canada and Jagjaguwar in the United States. It was the band's first album released under this name, after changing it from "Viet Cong Genre: Post-punk, art punk, noise rock, dark wave.
  7. Sep 16,  · Preoccupations is the second studio album by Canadian rock band Preoccupations, released on September 16, , by Flemish Eye in Canada and Jagjaguwar in the United States. It was the band's first album released under this name, after changing it from "Viet Cong" in /5(14).
  8. Sep 09,  · Preoccupations seems to be the band’s version of an outreach effort: The songs are much more melodic, punchier, and more precise. The band has softened their serrated edges and bolstered the hooks-to-dissonance ratio toward the former. As Preoccupations unfolds, the band’s experimental impulses show themselves, but in a pithier fashion /5.
  9. Sep 19,  · Still, the power of Preoccupations lies not in some victory but in the battle. All the wrestling and strife inside these songs are the musical equivalent of blood blasting /
  10. Jul 13,  · Preoccupations is a Canadian post-punk band from Calgary, Alberta, formed in under the name Viet Cong (2). The band consists of Matt Flegel, Scott Munro, Daniel Christiansen and Mike Wallace The band consists of Matt Flegel, Scott Munro, Daniel Christiansen and Mike Wallace.

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