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Creepoid – Wet EP. By. Greg Pratt. Wet EP. Surely holding the title of strangest band to ever be paired with No Idea Records, Philadelphia's Creepoid have more in common with slack shoegaze bands or '90s alt/slowcore than anything resembling punk, as anyone who has heard their two full-lengths realizes. It comes out hot on the heels of their second album, so whether you're looking to get a little extra dose of Creepoid after that disc or are looking to dip your toes in their murky waters, this 12-inch will help guide you. Just get ready: It's a slow, topsy-turvy, and difficult ride.
Wet picks up where Creepoid left off, essentially, and its sound is probably a little more unified and cohesive, though less varied as a result. Still, there's a mild highlight on every quarter: the soft wailing in "Wet Bread"; a pulsating crescendo that closes "Blurry Slumber" (as apt a description for their sound as could be made); the mysterious, incomprehensible mumbling of interlude-ish "Blinding Halo"; and standout "Truth", an insistent push of a closer that's as snide and brooding a four-minute Pixes.
Creepoid - Wet Bread. 4 years ago 4 years ago. graveface. Creepoid formed during a snow storm in December of 2009, born from boredom and cabin fever. The band consists of Sean Miller (guitar) Pete Urban IV (guitar) Anna Troxell (bass) and Patrick Troxell (drums). Their first 7, Yellow Life Giver, was self-released in April of 2010, followed by their debut full-length Horse Heaven in January of 2011 (Ian Records). After almost instantly selling out of the first pressing, No Idea Records re-released Horse Heaven in March of 2012.
Picture This is the fourth studio album released by Scottish pop rock quartet Wet Wet Wet. Released on 10 April 1995, the album was the band's first studio release since the release of their long-running Number single, "Love Is All Around". As well as featuring the aforementioned track, the album spawned five further singles: "Julia Says", "Don't Want to Forgive Me Now", "Somewhere Somehow", "She's All on My Mind" and "Morning"
Horse Heaven by CREEPOID, released 11 January 2011 1. Wishing Well 2. Dream Out 3. Staircase 4. Emily 5. Hollow Doubt 6. Grave Blanket 7. Spirit Birds 8. Stranger 9. Find You Out 10. Enabler 11. Horse Heaven Music and Lyrics written by Creepoid in 2010. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.