Hindi Guns, the / Hindi Guns, the
Album: Hindi Guns, the   Collection:General
Artist:Hindi Guns, the   Added:Feb 2004

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-08-23 Pull Date: 2004-10-25
Week Ending: Sep 26 Sep 5 Aug 29
Airplays: 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Sep 22, 2004: press and release
3. Aug 24, 2004: The Literate Pop Fans
2. Sep 01, 2004: Juna123-subshow
Goin to Portland

Album Review
Guest DJ Account
Reviewed 2004-08-27
Laid-back, twangy guitar-driven sound. According to the internet, people like this band. I’m not entirely convinced. Androgynous female vocals are great - knowing, wistful, at times aggressive. Instrumentation is interesting and solidly executed. Many tracks let down by inane, repetitive lyrics. Nice, but not exactly life-changing.

1 - Harmonica, guitar riffs, a bit retro, downbeat
2 - Aggressive, but doesn’t get out of first gear
3 - FCC “Fucking” x many - slow and whiny
**4 - fun, ridiculous, upbeat celebration of Portland
5 - jaded without irony, formulaic angst; honestly, other bands do this better
*6 - slow, very country, has a trumpet for that ‘Mexican’ effect, but I like it
*7 - synthesizer and piano work well with sparse lyrics; a sly dig at consumer culture
8 - drum heavy, attempt at seductive but hard to take seriously given terrible lyrics
9 - hope this isn’t about the famous Che, because that makes it even more meaningless and hopelessly adolescent
*10 - full-textured instrumentation is great support for insistent vocals

Track Listing
1. London Rain   6. Fury
2. Mother Nature's Whore   7. Electric
3. Here She Is   8. Honey
4. Goin to Portland   9. Che's Song
5. I Don't Wanna Drink Mecury   10. Come on