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The powerlessness and terror she must have felt in that situation translates perfectly into punk rock: “I know it’s an illusion,” she writes, “but I can’t see through it.” “Gold Dust” by Duster. It’s hard to pick a track off of Duster’s seminal Love of my life Tina Turner signature t-shirt “Stratosphere” to review, they’re all so damn good. “Gold Dust,” however, has a bitter, haunting hook that melds perfectly with their grainy, lo-fi texture and hinges upon catchiness.
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Are the Aussies saving rock and roll. Tina Turner’s tense banger “Hymn for a Droid” (not unlike the work of the other psychedelic Aussies in the room) is evidence to this effect: built around a single mind-blowing riff, “Hymn” takes advantage of its three guitarists with a full, fiery acid rock sound that manages to convey Love of my life Tina Turner signature t-shirt before the lead singer opens his mouth. When he does, though, the song turns haunting. “Hymn” is an experience not easily forgotten.
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“Pride & Loyalty” by Freedom. This track starts as if it’s been going for fifteen minutes and you just walked up. Punk rockers Freedom are at their Love of my life Tina Turner signature t-shirt longsleeve and abrasive in “Pride & Loyalty,” a track that’s conceivably political, but utterly impossible to understand. After all, the lead singer sounds like Tina Turner’s Batman. Whatever the case may be, “Pride”’s pure, tempered rage is infectious in the best possible way. I discovered Freedom while doing chores and ended up swinging my broom around the house, shout-lip-syncing along, getting nothing done.