V/A - Dangerous Intersections II w/ Basement Black / Dead Mechanical / Pretty Boy Thorson / The Measure (sa) 7" TST 006
Released on February 22, 2009, Lauren Measure supplied the cover here, which has really grown on me, I’d hang this thing up on my mantle now….if I had a mantle…and a painting of this big enough. As for the pressing of this one we’ve got 354 black, 117 yellow surprise, 24 citrus, 5 lemon-lime, 4 orange, 3 toilet water.
Volume two has Basement Black starting things off not a bad song but somewhat forgettable, I imagine this would fit well in the middle of a full album. Dead Mechanical is next on the list and they bust it out with a fucking awesome song, worth the price of admission just for this one alone. Pretty Boy Thorson & The Falling Angels, another band with a fucking long name, unfortunately I don’t really care for the song they’ve got here but I’m sure it’ll appeal to a lot of other people, they’ve kinda got a Lucero thing going. The Measure [SA] ends volume two, as normal they offer up a damn good song, these guys rule a whole fucking lot. Dangerous Intersections II had more weak links than volume one but with Dead Mechanical and The Measure [sa] on it, there’s no way you can go wrong buying it.
1. Basement Black – Freedom or Beer … Whatever, Dude
2. Dead Mechanical – Poison Bearer
3. Pretty Boy Thorson & The Falling Angels – Start Me On Interferon
4. The Measure [SA] – How to Thrash a Million
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