Stretcher

by Severed Heads

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Cory Tucker
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Cory Tucker Surprisingly solid for what is effectively a grab bag of off - album material from the very start of the Heads' synthpop period, The hooks (particularly on Halo and Petrol ) are strong and catchy, the tracks have strong grooves, and there's still a trademark weirdness (see Junkhead Spins, Eels Blood, Spurned, all of it really) abound. worth a look for anyone who is interested in Severed Heads but doesn't know where to start.
Gravity Feeder
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Gravity Feeder I still own both versions of Stretcher EP on vinyl. This seminal electronic album from Australia's own Severed Heads represents many good memories from my later teenage years. Superb in every way. Sorry Tom.. I know how much you dislike nostalgia. lol
markkil
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markkil This is where the Tiki Head comes from. It is a very tiki head album. Great background music for a summer's day with friends who know of severed heads but aren't really devotees. As a devotee I would rate this as one of the worst. Mambo Fist Miasma and Goodbye Tonsils are the obvious stand-outs.
Joe Banks
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Joe Banks I have the vinyl, too, trainspotter that I am, but I'd rather pay the artist for his work to digitize the track so I can carry it around in my pants.

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This album has been licensed to Medical Records and will appear as a Vinyl and download package later in 2016.

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released October 1, 1985

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Severed Heads Sydney, Australia

Established 1979.

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