Strange House is the debut studio album by English rock band the Horrors, released on 5 March 2007 by Loog Records. The band announced the title via a MySpace bulletin on 11 January 2007 The album consists mostly of previously released material, although several of these tracks were re-recorded or remixed.
The Horrors – Strange House. Label: Loog – 1724542. Engineer – Ferg PeterkinEngineer – Andy Savours, Ferg PeterkinProducer, Mixed By – Ben HillierWritten-By – The Horrors.
The Horrors : Strange House. Garage Rock, United-Kingdom (2007 - Loog) Узнать больше. Walking down the streets of London late at night Night is crawling and something's here I've seen him late, late, no No, no, Jack the Ripper. Every now and then my mother calls The ripper, Jack the ripper Running around disturbing growls The ripper, Jack the ripper I've seen him, in my dreams Oh no, no. Jack the ripper Jack the ripper Jack the ripper Jack the ripper.
Listen to Strange House by The Horrors on Deezer. The Horrors 05-03-2007. Total duration:37 min. 01. Jack The Ripper.
Album · 2007 · 11 Songs. Strange House The Horrors. Listen on Apple Music.
It does have a few faults that could have been eradicated, but all in all ‘Strange House’ is a big success. It’s just so refreshing to hear this kind of music being made, in a scene of Libertines copyists and emo clones, they really do stand out with their unique brand of organ fed punk rock. This kind of music will cause hatred or love, which is also refreshing. In a way it is a shame though, because this album should be in a lot of people’s record collection for its uniqueness and because of the quality of the songs also
With their debut album, Strange House, they push their sound forward, distill it to its rawest essence, and give it a few funhouse mirror twists and turns for good measure. Almost half of the songs on the album already appeared on previous Horrors releases, but the ever-so-slightly cleaner production here gives more definition to their black-on-black sound. The band kicks off Strange House by revisiting their cover of Screaming Lord Sutch's "Jack the Ripper," which begins at a zombie-slow pace, then suddenly speeds up halfway through, transforming into a hurtling roller coaster.
On their 2007 album, Strange House, the British band Horrors mix dance and mainstream elements with the dissonance of earlier post-punk acts, like the Birthday Party - right down to the yelping/screaming singer channeling a young Nick Cave. Although this may make it sound watered down for mainstream consumption, and indeed, it may be slightly, Strange House is actually much better than you would think. of the album, whether they be for better or worse.
Jack The Ripper
Count In Fives
She Is The New Thing
Sheena Is A Parasite
A Train Roars
Gatefold cover with printed inner sleeve. Sticker on the front cover with band name, release title and Category.
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Performer:The Horrors Genre: Rock Title: Strange House Country: UK Released: 2007 Style: Surf, Garage Rock, Punk MP3 version ZIP size: 1820 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1680 mb Rating: 4.3 Votes: 179 Other Formats: AAC XM ASF VQF MP3 DTS AUD