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hMAS - Fear God Honour The King LP

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hMAS - Fear God Honour The King LP

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Includes d/l code with BONUS cassette-only albums 'hMAS... Goes Pop!' and 'The Computer Tape'. Includes inner sleeve with liner notes and gatefold booklet.
Limited to 300 copies.
Highly recommended. 

"Another great OZ archive hunch is Fear God.. by Tasmania's hMAS. Recorded in '97, the trio doesn't really sound like anything else we can think of. The basic core is art-punk with slicing repeato-riffs and phluggy, but full throated rhythms tumbling right out of everyone's mouths, but the way they assemble the component parts is just different. And it's amazing. Possible to reference the Urinals, MX-80 Sound, and various other bands these guys probably never heard, but what could be more pointless. Nice liner notes and package... just a plum! (Byron Coley/Thurston Moore, Bull Tongue Review #4)

"It's Hobart, Tasmania. It's the 1990s. They record an album in 1997. Almost 20 years later Homeless fight RIP Society in a pub car park over who can release it. Homeless win. h M A S sound like the Buzzcocks songs that never made it to 7". They sound like Bailter Space trying to make sense of heavy metal. They sound like Hawkwind with Kim Deal on bass. And they sound like Wire setting fire to an art school. No one else was making batshit insane music this good in 1997." (Did Not Chart)


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