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Many will recall Britain’s Catherine Wheel
as one of the most range-roaming, seminal and viscerally intense alternative rock bands of the ‘90’s: “Eat my dust, you insensitive fuck,” purred silky vocalist Rob Dickinson on the band’s 1994 release Happy Days. In Dickinson, the band possessed a songwriter and lyricist of rare talent with scalpel-sharp statements emanating from gorgeously epic songs such as their breakthrough, the feedback-soaked "Black Metallic" ("…it's "Like a Hurricane" for the ‘90’s," drooled the NME).
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Fresh Wine for the Horses
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