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Raw Pony- S/T 7” ~THE GORIES!

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Raw Pony- S/T 7”.  Brandishing stripped to a primeval root drumbeats, guitars that whirr like shards of a beer bottle in a garbage disposal and a thundering bass straight outta Valhalla, Columbus Ohio's Raw Pony put a lot of emphasis on the RAW. What starts out as a cover/homage to the song that Bo Diddley named after himself on the a-side quickly turns into something even ol' Bo couldn't have fathomed. Mixing the rawness of the Gories and the rough edges of the Oblivians Raw Pony kick their way out of a tin shed full of electricity. "Shattered" (not the Rolling Stones or Exploding Hearts song) ups the cavewoman stomp by smearing girl group melodies in sludge then tying sticks of dynamite to them. Light the fuse, run and then sit back and enjoy this riff heavy mess.

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