|Album:||Long Con, The||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||So Cow||Added:||Sep 2014|
|Add Date:||2014-10-03||Pull Date:||2014-12-05|
|Week Ending:||Dec 7||Nov 16||Nov 9||Nov 2||Oct 19||Oct 12|
|1.||Dec 04, 2014:||Meow
|4.||Nov 06, 2014:||The Fishbowl
|2.||Dec 01, 2014:||In The Year One Thousand, Eight Thousand
I Want Out
|5.||Oct 30, 2014:||The Fishbowl
I Want Out
|3.||Nov 14, 2014:||Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
|6.||Oct 17, 2014:||Buford J. Sharkley Presents: As Told to Hervey Okkles
Science Fiction, Get Down Off That Thing
1. (2:46) Whimsical weird noisy punk. Bridge is fast and angry… but still has xylophone…
2. (2:20) *Lo-fi chill 90’s indie rock sound. Has some pavement feel.
3. (3:14) Super weird jangle rock song about going to a sugar factory. Has blow whistles, pretty much sucks.
4. (4:32) The beginning is pretty rough but the song gets better. Sounds like early 2000’s slow hardcore, maybe sunny day diary mixed with 90’s pop indie rock.
5. (3:28) *Fun poppy punk song, garage rock. Gets real noisy at end.
6. (5:08) Chill 90’s indie rock sound, mid paced walk, electric guitar, some organ, drums, and bass.
7. (3:03) Faster and driving, darker, solid instrumental jam.
8. (4:35) Pop garage punk, maybe a little cloud nothings. Okay track.
9. (3:05) *Indie alt-rock, a little poppy because it is melodic, good track.
10. (2:50) Weird noisy punk song, random electric guitar bends like you’d get in a nirvana song.
11. (5:35) * Pretty acoustic intro, picks up with electric guitar the full band.
12. (3:50) *Pop punk rock, sad about woman leaving him, “Ooowhoaa oowhoa hoo”, Gets noisy in between chorus and verse. Becomes garage strut stomp.
13. (3:46) Pop punk rock. Many many bends. Good song, but would be better if chorus wasn’t him shouting “Barry Barry Barry Richardson”.
|1.||Get Down Off That Thing||7.||Say Hello|
|2.||Science Fiction||8.||Turning Into You|
|3.||Sugar Factory||9.||To Be Confirmed|
|4.||Operating At A Loss||10.||Guess Who's Dead|
|5.||I Want Out||11.||The Other One|
|6.||Vigilanti Cura||12.||Second Last Line Of The National Anthem|