Shame - Songs of Praise [Extremely Limited Edition Picture Disc)
LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER - Yes it will allow more, but if you dare to do it, your order will be CANCELLED! Krampus is watching and he loves to cancel orders from greedy little shits (what Krampus said, we would never use that language.)
Limited edition picture disc, originally Japanese exclusive ~ Limited to 300 copies in the UK and 200 copies in the USA once they’re gone, they’re gone! Will not be repressed ~ Picture is a photo of the band dressed as choir boys- Songs of Praise indeed. The ones we received are even more special as they have the original label written in Japanese!
Shame thrives on confrontation. Whether it be the seething intensity crackling throughout debut LP Songs of Praise or the adrenaline-pumping chaos that unfolds at Shame’s shows, it’s all fueled by feeling. NPR’s Bob Boilen noted, “Of the 70 bands I saw at this year’s SXSW, the band Shame seemed to mean what they played more than any other.” Comprised of vocalist Charlie Steen, guitarists Sean Coyle-Smith and Eddie Green, bassist John Finerty, and drummer Charlie Forbes, the London-based five-piece began as school boys. From the outset, Shame built the band up from a foundation of DIY ethos while citing The Fall and Wire among its biggest musical influences. Utilizing both the grit and sincerity of that musical background, Shame carved out a niche in the South London music scene and then barreled fearlessly into the angular, thrashing post-punk that would go on to make up Songs of Praise, their Dead Oceans debut. From “Gold Hole,” a tongue-in-cheek takedown of rock narcissism, to lead single “Concrete” detailing the overwhelming moment of realizing a relationship is doomed, to the frustrated “Tasteless” taking aim at the monotony of people droning through their day-to-day, Songs of Praise never pauses to catch its breath.