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Le Shok


Slamdance Cosmopolis 1

Released on November 27, 2001

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For a brief but glorious moment in the summer of 2000 LE SHOK were a 6-piece band. In addition to Todd, Rusty, and Joey assuming their usual positions, both Asshole Andrew and Shitty Shaan were playing guitars and Darryl Licht was on keyboards. The two amazing LE SHOK originals on this single, "I Want the Beat" and "White Outs" are two of only three songs recorded during this explosive period of LE SHOK creativeness. The cover version of the Chosen Few's "No Fun at the Beaches" is the missing link between LE SHOK's "amphetamine art-punk" and their "amphetamine surf-punk". It is definitely one of the best songs they ever recorded and should earn this single and the band a place in the hearts and record collection of any Posh Boy or Dangerhouse Records fan. Recorded during the "We Are Electrocution" (GSL) studio sessions, "No Fun at the Beaches" is not just a cover song, as the song is also pressed on to the picture sleeve cover. So is it LE SHOK playing a cover or a cover playing LE SHOK?

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Andrew from Chicago, IL 
Feb 24 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Le Shok R.I.P. you know you want this! 3 songs, 2 on the vinyl (featuring the band as a six piece and at their finest). the "cover song" is great too, but degrades in sound quality progressively with each playing. still worth owning, so get it while you can.

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Matt from Oceanside, CA 
Feb 8 2002 Rating: 3/5 Stars

The newest (and possibly last) release from Le Shok is definetley something every Le Shok fan should own. But for someone not farmiliar with the band I would have to recommend We Are Electrocution or the split 7" with The Stitches. The songs on S&M are good songs, but not really up to par with some of Le Shok's other releases. The best song is the one pressed on the cover, recorded during the We Are Electrocution sessions. The other two, recorded sometime in late 2000, are definetly not as great. But whatever, buy it if you want, what do I know anyways.

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