In their 2008 masterpiece, “Blazing Fires and Helicopters on the Front Page of the Newspaper. There’s a War Going On and I’m Marching in Heavy Boots”, the samples/story follows a girl, who with help from her mother, a friend, and a doctor, looks back on the time when she was put in a mental institute. It’s about losing control over yourself.
There’s also a pattern of using samples of spoken Swedish over their tracks. They’ve also self-released a self-titled four song EP in 2004 entitled ‘Suffocate for Fuck Sake.’ This release shows the beginnings of their sound, and contains a sampled interview with a man named Hans about his life and medical back problems preventing him from sitting down. It contains the tracks ‘Hospital / H / The social worker dragon’, ‘A / This will melt away on monday’, ‘N (Le Gilet Fraternel) / Ever Felt Sad?’, and ‘S (Lesra) / What Would You Have Done If This Never Happened?’ The track-listing spells out the self-referential acronym for H.A.N.S.
Edited by brainleech on 3 Feb 2014, 02:32
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the band’s website. my own downloaded material.
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