Written by Colin Oscopy.
SCORE!!!!! I picked this gem up at Record City for 7 bux. This is the solo record by Philo Cramer from Fear. At first I was like "Whats this?" I flipped it over and saw it was Philo's solo stuff I've never even heard of. This album also has Spit Stix on a few tracks and Mark Aber from Agression slappin skins for most of the tracks. I've always been a huge fan of Philo's work. His whammy dives, strange off note melodic playing, and fierce rhythm cuts that will just fuckin' level your head, just blow me away. I got this record with no hesitation, still in the original, unopened wrapper. I threw this bad boy on the turntable the second I got home and was immediately in awe over it. It's way different than his work with Fear, by a long shot. Some of my choice cuts on this record are EACH AND EVERY SONG. It's just a really funky and jammin' record from start to finish. Some of my top Fear songs which showcase Philo's unique style of playing are Welcome To The Dust Ward, What Are Friends For, Foreign Policy, and many more. If you happen to come across this at a record store BUY IT, if you don't have money STEAL IT!!!!!!! Hit me up and I'll send you the file of this record and other releases by Philo.
Originally released on King Cool Records, and you can buy a copy of the album by clicking here. Or you could just ask Colin to send you the files by clicking here.
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