By The Breeders
After a shocking 9 year absence including prison, drugs, the excellent Amps, drugs, and crocheting, The Breeders returned earlier this year with the sheer work of genius that is their 3rd album Title TK. This is officially the second release from it, although you will struggle to find the limited "Off You" released pre the album.
So the big question to any Breeders fan who has already purchased the album, is "worth having or not?" Well if you're a collect everything type nut then that goes with out saying, but if your just an ordinary Joe who is purely partial to a bit of lo-fi then listen up.
"Son of Three" is without doubt one of the best tracks on the album and delivers 1min 52secs of pure lo-fi grit and adrenalin. The beefy descending baseline is enough to send shivers! Fans should note that this is a slightly different mix to the album version and will at least please the anoraks. B-sides weigh in with a cheap 1min13 version of the "Buffy Theme" and more interestingly a live version of early single "Safari" which, as it doesn't appear on any of the bands albums, could make picking up this 3 track a worthwhile exercise.