FRANK BLACK AND THE CATHOLICS Frank Black and the Catholics

FRANK BLACK and the CATHOLICS

FRANK BLACK and the CATHOLICS

Frank is lovelorn, and a bit confused on his fourth album. His awkward sense of time, and his strange but very convictive lyrics are still the strength of his solo work, but here they turn back on themselves especially on songs like six-sixty-six, a sarcastically upbeat country jam, in which Frank howls to be put out of his misery (if he has to put up with the devil any longer), and on songs called ‘Suffering’, and ‘Do You Feel Bad About It?’ The effect is chilling, when you are used to the old eccentric happiness, or artfully metaphorical despair of his previous work.? There’s blood all over this one, woahh. Shorts.

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