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Negative Liberty

by The Winchester Club

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The Questionable Question Difficult to pick a favourite track, because all of them are special in own peculiar kind of way. The xylophone with which the album opens and set the mood, the GYBE-like build up and sound in the second track, the nice way in which the third track progresses, or the intense melancholy with which the album ends. Akin to the debut album, also this one shines in many respect. It is distant and close at the same time. It does not want to engage the listener, but leave this person bewildered. Favorite track: The Lonely Robot.
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relating Is it possible to be a human anymore? Favorite track: RD Laing (Little Chemical Straightjackets).


released March 21, 2011


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The Winchester Club London, UK

The Winchester Club is an epic instrumental post-rock band from London, UK. They were founded in 1999, by members of Chineseburn, End of Level Boss and Hangnail. They sound like “the last whisperings between Mogwai’s frail mother and Godspeed’s great-grandfather.”

The Band's second album 'Negative Liberty' was released in March 2011 by Exile on Mainstream records.
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