Rouse was a side-project of the guys from . a big name in the Spanish hardcore punk scene. Under this name they released an album ( Deep Wound, 1993) and two EPs ( It’s Funny and Does Rouse Suck? ) for Rumble Records, both released in 1996 despite they were recorded in 1991. Aliases: HHH (6), Overthhhrow. Members: Alex (63), Koki (2), Marc (12).
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Josh Rouse's album from was hailed by many as a triumph. He cast aside the gloom that pervaded his early records, opened up his sound to include such disparate sources as Memphis soul, '70s soft rock, '60s baroque pop and straight-ahead danceable pop. Easily the equal of any of his contemporary's work, one had the fear that it might have represented a one-time-only peak performance. Even the jauntiest song on the album is reeled in a little. The contrast between happy melodies and sad lyrics is one of the oldest tricks in the pop book and when it is pulled off as well as Rouse does here, you have to be impressed. In fact the whole record is worthy of any and all accolades you might want to shower upon it. Somebody will really have to pull off a miracle to top Nashville as far as intelligent, honest and entertaining guitar pop goes in 2005.
- . Under this name they released an album ( Deep Wound, 1993) and two EPs ( It’s Funny and Does Rouse Suck? ) for Rumble Records, both released in 1996 despite they were recorded in 1991
Recorded at Amadeus Studios in 1991 Includes a one sided, black and white, three pannel 7" x 7" insert with photo and lyrics.
The album's finest track, "Winter in the Hamptons", hews closely to the Smiths classic "Bigmouth Strikes Again", placing handclaps and an infectious "ba ba" chorus atop chiming acoustic guitars and a bass line that nearly quotes the vocal hook from Edwyn Collins' "A Girl Like You"
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Sedulous Rouse are a progressive metal band from Adelaide South Australia . Here's a teaser from the new album! Roly Moore in the studio, laying down some brutal vox on the song 'Relentless Oppression'! We'll be playing this one at our next show this Saturday at Enigma Bar in Adelaide.
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- Artwork By – Pablo López
- Producer – Paco Flores, Rouse
NotesRecorded at Amadeus Studios in 1991
Includes a one sided, black and white, three pannel 7" x 7" insert with photo and lyrics.