Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Ed Hall - Gloryhole


Label: Trance Syndicate
Year: 1991

That was fast, the record was right where it was supposed to be. Hmmm. So without further ado, here is the requested "Gloryhole" lp. This marks their Trance Syndicate debut, and the high water mark of their recorded output according to most people who care to ascribe some sort of rankings system to the obscure recordings of this strange little band from Austin. It's a good record no matter if it's their "best" or not. 
The drummer of Ed Hall, Lyman Hardy, said this, "When everything sounds like Wham!, there's going to be an equal and opposite reaction". There you go, that's Ed Hall...the opposite of Wham!. Fair? 
I'm tired, good night.

7 comments:

Employee said...

thanks

Patrick said...

Sweet! I have this on vinyl and was wanting to give it a listen, but my turntable is broken!

Anonymous said...

Missing a song? Track 10 Sandra Gubernatorial?

Anonymous said...

all right! thanks for posting my request. this album has one of my fave early 90's anthems on it - Luke Flukenstock!

All Out Ward said...

Love this album, any chance of you uploading a >192 bit rate?

David said...

Thanks, this was one of my favorite bands. I don't have the cd anymore and it was great to hear it again. Bernie Sticky!

peskypesky said...

thank you for another chunk of bitchin rock

 
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