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Pretty artsy artwork but what else would you expect from two bands like Pttrns and Fuckuismyname?

Fuckuismyname’s song plays exactly 1:42 but as far as I remember the band has never been into monumental songwriting. The song »Köta« deals with dogs or it rather uses them as a metaphor. However it is funny to hear someone sing »Bark, bark, bark«. Take early 80s energy and vitalism and combine it with frickeling postpunk guitar work. Add an exalted singer and you got it.

The Pttrns song on the other side is of comparably epic proportions. Running almost fourandahalf minutes it comes along in the good old Pttrns style we all love (don’t we?!). Artsy, dancy, DC postpunk with more hooks than a whole ship full of damaged pirates.


released October 1, 2008

Catalog Number: AVM 024
Format: 7"/Digital

Recorded & mixed by Guido Lucas at Bluebox Tonstudio, Troisdorf; Recorded & mixed by Max Ludwig at Rogue Studios, Neunkirchen; Mastered by Robert Whiteley at Whitewood Studio, Liverpool; Designed by Patrick Hohlweck, Köln



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