We'll do away with talk of genres and go back to the old fashioned way of writing about music (track down some reviews from the 1960s, they're totally different to modern press) by simply describing, as best we can, the details of this oddity. OK, so they have an almost motorik beat that adds instant pace to the song, the repetitive bassline then joins in with vigour, and the track becomes instantly engaging. Vocals switch between an odd, low monotone and a high-pitched cry. The guitars are abrasive for the most part and don't fit a particular style. They chop things up a bit, with that bassline altering and a breakdown allowing a guitar solo of sorts before everything gathers once again. We're not sure what it is, but we like it.
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