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Slovenly Recordings

Useless Eaters 'Singles: 2011-2014'

£14.99

Slovenly Recordings

Useless Eaters 'Singles: 2011-2014'

£14.99

Seth Sutton is the primary UE punk in question, and “Singles: 2011-2014” compiles the best tracks from their out-of-print singles from cool-assed labels like Goodbye Boozy (Italy), Tic Tac Totally and Nashville’s Dead, to name a few.

The electrostatic shock of “The Moves” is here, and it sounds like the LSD is just about to take over, only you’ve been chewing on a tab that you never quite wrangled out of its aluminum foil wrapper.

Fatter, lo-fi decimating sounds abound with tracks like “Bloody Ripper,” and “I Hate The Kids” (feat. TY SEGALL) makes an appearance here as well.

This is a fully realized set that somehow works even better than flipping through your Eaters’ 7” stack, which is likely incomplete. . .

Tracklisting:
1. Dope Clones
2. Difficult
3. American Cars
4. The Moves
5. Proper Conduct
6. Plague Is Vague
7. Addicted to the Blade
8. Starvation Blues Number Two
9. I Hate the Kids
10. Linear Movement
11. Bloody Ripper
12. Mother Earth
13. Integrated Circuit