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Sweet Knives- S/T LP ~EX LOST SOUNDS / RARE GOLD WAX!

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Sweet Knives- S/T LP.  In 2005 Memphis black-wave synth punk band Lost Sounds called it quits after being kicked out of a house in Stuttgart in the middle of a long long night. Since than time was healed many of the wounds that had caused the bands break-up in the first place and original Lost Sounds members Alicja Trout, Rich Crook and John Garland have reconvened as Sweet Knives. Many people don’t know this, but the Lost Sounds had a ton of songs written with Jay Reatard for future releases at the time of the bands break-up that never saw the light of day. And this LP includes many of those songs to finally give them a proper release. Lost Sounds fans will know that the Sweet Knives are named after a song off of “Future Touch” and this LP stays pretty true to their former bands sounds, making dark, garagey new wave punk. If you’re a Lost Sounds fan, this one’s pretty much essential. THESE ARE PRESSED ON NICE LOOKING GOLD WAX!

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