Flying Saucer Attack :: S/T (Rural Psychedelia)

I probably wouldn’t have given two shits about Suede had it not been for Flying Saucer Attack’s over-saturated and explosive cover of the group's “The Drowners”. Dave Pearce and Rachel Brooks started FSA in 1992, crafting an album dipped in feedback that sounded like a busted drum machine crossed with discarded Fisher Price instruments. They then burned it all onto a 4-track cassette recorder. The results? Incredible. The duo also turned the beloved Britpop single into a chaotic mess of spiraling feedback and the . . .

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