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The Hindi Guns

by Hindi Guns

"Minimal and hypnotic" (Rough Trade catalogue) -- "Mix(es) a Lucinda Williams twang with old school girl punk" (PDX Mercury). Atmospheric Stones/Stooges guitar, blistering slide, Mariachi-style trumpet, even mellotron -- a unique and compelling debut.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. London Rain
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2. She's All Right
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3. Immigrant
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4. Goin' to Portland
2:34 $0.99
5. I Don't Wanna Drink Mercury
3:06 $0.99
6. Fury
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7. Electric
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8. Honey
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9. Che's Song
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10. Come On
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Album Notes
Rerelease of the 2004 indie classic from Portland's most notorious underground band.

A John Peel favorite and featured frequently on his BBC 1 radio program.

By Rolling Stone's David Fricke:

"My 2004 is off to a good start. I've already found one of my favorite new bands of the year:
The Hindi Guns, a rough, bewitching garage-noir quartet from Portland, Oregon, fronted by the
sour-candy drawl of singer Dee Dee Cheriel. "I Don't Wanna Drink Mercury" is your best ticket to these
ten tracks: a bluesy crawl set in dub-like darkness, like early Hole produced by Lee Perry."



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This CD Rocked my weekend shook my basket and ravaged my poo snatch, I love it!


Definitely worth it.
Good sound and general feel.


The Hindi Guns: 2004's best band
The Hindi Guns are surely going to be a key player in modern music for the century. There self titled release is a modern masterpeice. Blending jazz-like elememts with a rock backbone, and vocals that (in my opinion) cannot be matched. Great things are to come from The Hindi Guns, anyone looking for a new sound to systematically dismember the mainstream, buy thier album. 5 STARS, I LOVE IT!!!!


very worthwhile effort - following their own sound
I liked all the songs; the whole album is solid with its own groove throughout. This band is making their own sound -there are a number of musical influences present - kind of a cool indie feeling that is infectious. Good vocals also. If you like an independent sound that you really can't categorize, get this.