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Exile - Girls Against Boys - Freak*on*ica (CD, Album)


1998
Label: Geffen Records - DGCD 25156 • Format: CD Album • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Synth-pop
Exile - Girls Against Boys - Freak*on*ica (CD, Album)

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Freak*on*ica" on Discogs/5(43).

Freak*on*Ica, GVSB's sixth release and their major-label debut, is filled with barroom grit, but they have dumped their love affair with all things seedy and blue in favor of mechanized chaos and arty, sinister angularity. Produced by Nick Launay of Birthday Party and PiL fame, the album's layers of guitar and samples make songs like "Black Hole" sound almost industrial in their fury, while songs such as "Park Missing: Exile.

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Freak*on*ica is the fifth studio album by American rock band Girls Against Boys. It was released in by record label DGC, and it was produced by British producer Nick Launay. The album received moderate success in the US and is the band's highest selling release to date, though its stylistic shift garnered a mixed reception from critics. Scott McCloud has describe that period as having “an .


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2 thoughts on “Exile - Girls Against Boys - Freak*on*ica (CD, Album)”

  1. Freak*on*ica indulges the band's previously under-developed playful side. At once stark and intricate, obvious and obscure, sensitive and brutal, Girls Against Boys are a bundle of contradictions; with an unmistakable swagger, they muscle their way past the paradoxes, /5(16).

  2. One thing about this album is that some long time hardcore Girls Against Boys fans don't like it as much as their other work. indie rock bands that have integrated scratching and electronic noise into their sound as successfully as GVSB did on Freak*on* other album I think of is Massive Attack's "Mezzanine," (one of my all time /5(11).

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