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VoX LoW

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  1. 1.
    Now We're Ready to Spend
    5:030:30
  2. 2.
    Something is Wrong
    8:190:30
  3. 3.
    You Are a Slave
    3:320:30
  4. 4.
    Something Is Wrong
    5:330:30
  5. 5.
    Some Words of Faith
    4:300:30
Vox Low stands straight under a freezing acid rain, facing adversity, and from the outset of this first LP the message is clear; time for an OK Corral showdown with the opening title “Now, We’re Ready to Spend”: “It costs so much, but now we’re ready to spend.”.A superb black mass for a bunch of hippies high on mandrax and dressed in rags and sheepskins.
Later in the album comes the song You Are a Slave: “You are a slave/but you don’t remember” – a punk, nihilist topic for a straightforward cold-as-a-razor-blade title. There are hits as well, such as Something Is Wrong, their anthem for a jilted generation coming down from MDMA, for those who hate dancing, in the back.
With Trapped in the Moon and It’s Rejuvenation, the Parisians deliver a certain idea of modernity: a cardboard western feel à la Morricone, as goth as the Sisters of Mercy, and VHS retro-futurism.
Vox Low delivers the record nobody expected anymore, one that captures the spirit of the world in motion, for the attention of a crowd of social rejects who have one knee in the gutter but refuse to surrender to the prevailing cynicism. A dark, poisonous, nihilist and erudite piece of work for those who worship Primal Scream’s “Screamadelica” and Gary Numan, who stand in line at the Berghaim with their pockets empty but their heads full of
ideals.
Paris is a moveable feast.
Gérard LOVE.

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