|Album:||I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Chastity Belt||Added:||May 2017|
|Add Date:||2017-06-08||Pull Date:||2017-08-10|
|Week Ending:||Aug 13||Aug 6||Jul 30||Jul 23||Jul 16||Jul 9||Jul 2||Jun 25|
|1.||Sep 28, 2023:||down in the basement
|4.||Jan 23, 2018:||M.T.: 1STHR-Best of 2017 (Part 4); 2NDHR-Reissues ; 3RDHR-Regular M.T.
|2.||Sep 21, 2023:||down in the basement
|5.||Dec 27, 2017:||The Fuzz Deli
|3.||Nov 09, 2021:||Virutally Happy
|6.||Aug 09, 2017:||The Fuzz Deli
Recommend to play: 5, 6, 7, 10
indie rock, post-punk
Like: Diet Cig, Speedy Ortiz, Colleen Green, Cherry Glazer
CLEAN NO FCCs
1.Different Now (3:48) Single-note guitar lines over a simple bass line, both of which eventually bloom to a sparkling roil
2.Caught in a Lie (3:55) Hazy guitars, bulging bass lines, and bonehead snare drumming.
3.This Time of Night (4:00) Zooms rapidly from crunchy garage rock to blurry atmospheric wasteland.
4.Stuck (3:44) Brooding sort of chorus-charged rock, charting invigorating territory so many guitars layers together. Good!
5.Complain (4:44) Frantic lyric, gripping and oddly catchy track.
6.It's Obvious (3:43) Shoegaze-y pop that would sound depressing if it weren’t so strangely vibrant.
7.What the Hell (3:35) Classic tone with its opening guitar strums, and even more as the riff and vocals come in.
8.Something Else (4:54) Slow start, commanding choruses hit so intently that it makes it all the more satisfying given the wait.
9.Used to Spend (4:16) Roaring distortion and vocal melodies that break through with a pained wail
10.5am (5:40) Cresting vamp of scorching noise and wiry riffs, simply beautiful.
11.Don't Worry (Bonus Track) (3:32) Slow shoegaz-y trip, calm and lovely.
12.Bender (Bonus Track) (4:38) Acoustic guitar intro opens for well effected vocals - dreamy indie rock.
13.I'm Fine (Bonus Track) (03:31) indie pop, guitars with reverb and more reverb.
|1.||Different Now||7.||What The Hell|
|2.||Caught In A Lie||8.||Something Else|
|3.||This Time Of Night||9.||Used To Spend|