Label: Gasoline Boost
With this post, I'm cleaning all the Big'N I got out of my closet. I might of held of posting this one for a little while longer, but the Big'N + Oxes split seemed like a pretty popular item, so I figured I'd strike while the proverbial iron was still hot.
This record was their first full length, and for my money it's their best. At this point they were still very much a big, burly monster with all the hallmarks of a Midwestern noise rock band, The bass leads the charge on most songs, the drums are booming, the guitar is a fuzzy mess, and the vocals growl their way atop the whole oddly syncopated mess. It's really the epitome of early 90's noise rock, it fires on all cylinders, and will not disappoint fans of this blog's fare.
Oh, and did I mention it's shiny and tight? Cause it's the shiniest tightest shit I've ever posted. Or maybe I meant to say "posed".