Spend the Night With. by Cheena, released 05 August 2016 1. Cry For Help 2. Fever 3. Car 4. Jane 5. Electric Snoopy Gang 6. Stupor 7. Tarzan 8. 7 Nights 9. Liberated Animal 10. Lost My Way 11. . Bonus Track) Don’t sleep. Let’s spend the night together .
Written-By – Cheena (2) (tracks: 1 to 10), Gary Numan (tracks: 11). Notes. Track 4 is listed as Jane on sleeve and listed as James, Jane in the booklet insert. Track 11 is a hidden track, titled ". listed as written by Gary Numan in the booklet insert).
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When Cheena's self-titled EP was released by Sacred Bones, it was something of a mystery: how did a label so dedicated to dark experimental sounds discover a band so steeped in rock tradition? As it happens, the band includes some of the label's previously signed artists going in a very different direction, most notably Pharmakon's Margaret Chardiet, who trades power electronics for guitar
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Equally infatuated with punk’s glam and garage rock precursors as with the bluesy cowpunk of The Gun Club, Cheena aims to carve out a unique identity apart from their constituent members’ other projects. Although the group has been putting out material since 2014 - a cassette on Lo-fi Lo-Life and a 7-inch on Sacred Bones - Spend the Night Wit. erves as their debut proper. In fact, perhaps the biggest weakness of Spend the Night Wit. s the degree to which the album feels like an extended series of hat-tips to bygone titans of punk. That patchwork approach to synthesizing decades of alternative music was a staple of label-mates The Men, too (before they decided to scrap it all and become a Tom Petty cover band), but there’s nothing here as viscerally satisfying as Bataille or Grave Desecration.
On their debut album, Spend the Night With. the band longs for an instantly recognizable but long-gone locale: home of CBGB’s, leather jackets, cheap rent, the New York fuckin’ Dolls. You have to summon them specifically. The reference points are clear and shameless, channeling the rockabilly swagger of the Gun Club, the coked-out blues rock of Goats Head Soup- era Stones, and, of course, plenty of the Dolls. With such a specific set of influences, Cheena emerges both too confident to be deemed just a side project yet too understated to feel like a supergroup. Instead, Cheena is just an old-fashioned rock band.
Spend The Night With. certainly sounds raucous: synesthetes ought to be fair clobbered by the aroma of sweat, canned beer foam and unscrubbable basement-venue grime that these songs conjure up. ‘Cry For Help’, which opens the album, is probably its most stompingly punk moment: anyone familiar with Hank Wood & The Hammerheads, guitarist Logan Montana’s other band, could be forgiven for thinking this a run-on from that group’s whackjob garage racket.
|Cry For Help|
|Electric Snoopy Gang|
|Lost My Way|
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