Destroyer: Notorious Lightning and Other Works

Destroyer SKU: 10508169
Destroyer: Notorious Lightning and Other Works

Destroyer: Notorious Lightning and Other Works

Destroyer SKU: 10508169

Format: CD

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Title: Notorious Lightning and Other Works
Artist: Destroyer
Label: Merge Records
UPC: 036172955824
Genre: Alternative Rock

While on tour in support of "Your Blues", Dan Bejar had his Vancouver neighbors, Frog Eyes, open for him and perform as his backing band. He liked what they did to his songs so much, he brought them into Lucky Mouse studios and attempted to capture the spirit of that tour. "Notorious Lightning And Other Works" is a six song EP that originally appeared on "Your Blues", reworked and reinterpreted by Destroyer and Frog Eyes. The result is more chaotic and stretched out than the songs on "Your Blues". Carey Mercer's slashing guitar work and maniacal yelps propel Bejar's songs into a more rocking territory not heard since Destroyer's 2001 opus "Streethawk: A Seduction". Not since the Band re-interpreted Dylan's songs in 1966, has a group so thoroughly pushed a songwriter to change the nature of his already fantastic songs.

1.1 Notorious Lightning
1.2 New Ways of Living
1.3 Music Lovers
1.4 Actor's Revenge
1.5 Don't Become the Thing You Hated
1.6 Your Blues

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