Bobbie Peru | Kill the Autopilot

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Kill the Autopilot

by Bobbie Peru

Driving and urgent, harsh, melodic and sometimes sarcastic. This dichotomous album, the 2nd release from this transatlantic trio is almost punk but too intelligent to be painted as that. Capturing their attention demanding live performance ... BUY IT NOW!
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1. Hiroshima Fire
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2. I Hate the Neighbours
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3. Magpied
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4. 25%
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5. Counterfeit Dollars
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6. Carbon Dated (Re-Modified)
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7. 20 Stoner
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8. Kill the Autopilot
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9. Caustic Soda Pop
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10. Skyscraper Race
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11. Friends in the Bank
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12. Idle Swine & Carbon Dated (Cyberserenade Mix)
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The harshness of the east U.S coast meets the gritty north west of the UK, there's no mercy going on here. Bobbie Peru are a genuine strength to be reckoned with. There are only three of them, but the brute force and elegant melodics weigh heavily on the heart and soul. The songs are driving and urgent, the messages harsh and sometimes sarcastic, giving hints of a cruel sense of humour buried within the assault. Their debut LP 'Social Suicide' was met with wide acclaim and has, at the time of writing, nearly sold out. Since its release the band have toured extensively, including support tours across Europe and the U.K with The Fall, Black Francis and Spear Of Destiny. As a result of all the gigs their sound has developed considerably over the last year and the newer material on this their second album ('Kill the Autopilot') is much more raw and less fussy. It's almost punk, but too intelligent to be just painted as that. The live shows have gained them much respect, the band are engaging and attention demanding. Frontman and guitarist Bert is particularly menacing and unpredictable, whilst the rhythm section, Ding - bass and Adam - drums, lay down a concrete slab of sound.

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