Homeless Corpse 7"

by Baby Tears

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    Baby Tears "Homeless Corpse" b/w "She Sells Eggs" 7" is limited to 200 copies on BLACK and 100 copies on GOLD vinyl. Comes with immediate download, screen printed covers and Zerox instert.

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RRR-007-Baby Tears-Homeless Corpse b/w She Sells Eggs-7"

"...the most blown out peaking trash sound since the Mayyors...some of the best moments of Terror Visions, there's still a lot of possibilites in that Units combination of synth-punk..." -7inches

"...“Homeless Corpse” sounds like Mudhoney if grunge never existed, vaguely gothic (as is today’s popular style), but without forsaking loud, rocking guitars and shouted/screamed vocals in the process. I love the title “She Sells Eggs”, and it’s got a punker vibe, the bass guitar slobbering all over a song that Le Shok could’ve easily written a decade ago. I like both cuts, and would imagine Baby Tears are one of the more exciting acts stomping around Omaha. If I was stuck there, I’d want to make music that sounds like this too." -YellowGreenRed

"Trashy, fuzzed-out, and distorted garage gnarl. The first song, “Homeless Corpse,” is a jumpy and noisy fucking tune. Drums are hammered, guitars are throttled, the singer proclaims that he “don’t like it!” and a haze of feedback hangs in the air. But it’s the song on the second side, “She Sells Eggs,” that keeps this on the record player a bit longer. The drums are punchy and chunky; the bass that comes in with its thick and turgid sound is what makes this one a winner. The riffs are close to pummeling, but never beating you over the head. They’re more about rocking out and getting off. –Matt Average (Rainy Road, rainyroadrecords.com)
Review in Razorcake

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released 30 October 2011

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