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May 01, 2012

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David Nichols

I love the way Roy Wood records always sound terrible, yet wonderful. It's like Sebadoh before they got into a studio, or something.

woody the pirate

Yep...all the early Roy wood (Move etc) stuff was recorded almost devoid of low-end....a similar thing happened to a few of The Kinks' early ones (cf Dedicated Follower)

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