Hungry Dogs Will Eat Dirty Puddings

by HENRY BLACKER

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  • Record/Vinyl

    artist: HENRY BLACKER
    title: 'Hungry Dogs Will Eat Dirty Puddings'
    catalogue # REPOSELP039
    formats: Vinyl LP / 250 copies per label
    labels: Riot Season / Learning Curve Records

    Tracklisting

    A1. Crab House (3:32)
    A2. Pullin’ Like A Dray (3:50)
    A3. Your Birthday Has Come And Gone (4:06)
    A4. My Majesty (3:11)

    B1. Scumblood (2:47)
    B2. Pearlie (5:43)
    B3. A Bone & A Thistle (3:06)
    B4. Temple Controls (3:40)

    Release Info:

    HENRY BLACKER are a rock band, a three piece, two from the group HEY COLOSSUS and a brother on the drums. These are the times they thought, let’s: WHOOP AND A HOLLER. Recorded August 2013 for £450 by Westminster Brown (Tim Cedar, Part Chimp) at the legendary Dropout studios, South London whilst a man from Torche watched on.

    "Finally England provides a credible power trio. Fans of 70's heavy boogie will love it, but it'll also appeal to folk that dig Clint Foetus, Rapeman, Kyuss, Uncle Acid, Melvins, QOTSA/Desert Sessions. One of the (many) things I like about Hey Colossus (with whom Henry Blacker share two members) is their unrepentant Rockist streak, and boy is that made manifest on this offshoot. The album starts with a riff that would sit quite happily on "Grand Funk", 'Blues for the Red Sun' or ZZ's classic 'Deguello' albums, but within seconds the Henry Blacker English Power-Boogie identity is patented. Some of the vocals treatments are classic Billy Gibbons (the Manic Mechanic sprang to mind) meets early QOTSA era Josh Homme. Available on vinyl and a limited run cassette from Riot Season, the cassette is strangely appropriate because these eight musings on aging, power, and failure are driving music. This is the album that the maniac in the monster truck is playing as he triesto mow you down in a 70's drive-in movie. It's the album Kowalski is playing to keep his drug and fatigue-addled mind alive as he heads for the Vanishing Point.” (Toby Mearing)

    This album, the band’s debut, is on Riot Season (UK & Europe) and Learning Curve (USA), vinyl and download

    Straight rockin’

    Includes immediate download of 8-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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    ships out within 2 days
    edition of 250  5 remaining

     £12 GBP

     

  • HENRY BLACKER Crab House T-Shirt
    T-Shirt/Apparel

    THIS SHIRT IS ONLY AVAILABLE VIA THE LABEL WEBSHOP & FROM THE BAND AT GIGS

    To celebrate the release of Henry Blacker's debut album, 'Hungry Dogs Will Eat Dirty Puddings' here's a spiffing limited run t-shirt featuring some more of Tim's fantastic artwork.

    These are limited, and will not be reprinted.

    ALL SIZES ARE UK, SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE INFO.

    The t-shirts are professionally screen printed on black Gildan Softstyle shirts with gold style print , these are ring spun 100% cotton and pre-shrunk.

    The shirt manufacturers size breakdown is below. Please choose your size carefully to ensure a happy transaction.

    SHIRT SIZE BREAKDOWN (FROM GILDAN) :

    Small (to fit chest size 34/36")
    Medium (to fit chest size 38/40")
    Large (to fit chest size 42/44")
    XL (to fit chest size 46/48")
    XXL (to fit chest size 50/52")

    Due to manufacturing tolerances, please allow for a variation of an inch or so between individual shirts.

    Thanks Andy
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  • Cassette

    artist: HENRY BLACKER
    title: 'Hungry Dogs Will Eat Dirty Puddings'
    catalogue # RSCASS02
    format: Cassette
    labels: Riot Season

    Tracklisting

    A1. Crab House (3:32)
    A2. Pullin’ Like A Dray (3:50)
    A3. Your Birthday Has Come And Gone (4:06)
    A4. My Majesty (3:11)
    A5. Scumblood (2:47)
    A6. Pearlie (5:43)
    A7. A Bone & A Thistle (3:06)
    A8. Temple Controls (3:40)

    B. Go To Ground (Mogadon Mix) (7:15) * EXCLUSIVE BONUS TRACK *


    Release Info:

    Limited edition one off cassette run with an EXCLUSIVE bonus track on the b-side

    All orders come with a MP3 download code (of the album only)

    Release Info:

    HENRY BLACKER are a rock band, a three piece, two from the group HEY COLOSSUS and a brother on the drums. These are the times they thought, let’s: WHOOP AND A HOLLER. Recorded August 2013 for £450 by Westminster Brown (Tim Cedar, Part Chimp) at the legendary Dropout studios, South London whilst a man from Torche watched on.

    "Finally England provides a credible power trio. Fans of 70's heavy boogie will love it, but it'll also appeal to folk that dig Clint Foetus, Rapeman, Kyuss, Uncle Acid, Melvins, QOTSA/Desert Sessions. One of the (many) things I like about Hey Colossus (with whom Henry Blacker share two members) is their unrepentant Rockist streak, and boy is that made manifest on this offshoot. The album starts with a riff that would sit quite happily on "Grand Funk", ''Blues for the Red Sun' or ZZ's classic 'Deguello' albums, but within seconds the Henry Blacker English Power-Boogie identity is patented. Some of the vocals treatments are classic Billy Gibbons (the Manic Mechanic sprang to mind) meets early QOTSA era Josh Homme. Available on vinyl and a limited run cassette from Riot Season, the cassette is strangely appropriate because these eight musings on aging, power, and failure are driving music. This is the album that the maniac in the monster truck is playing as he triesto mow you down in a 70's drive-in movie. It's the album Kowalski is playing to keep his drug and fatigue-addled mind alive as he heads for the Vanishing Point.” (Toby Mearing)

    This album, the band’s debut, is on Riot Season (UK & Europe) and Learning Curve (USA), vinyl and download

    Straight rockin’

    Includes immediate download of 8-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
    ... more
    ships out within 1 day
    edition of 50  2 remaining

     £6 GBP or more

     

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HENRY BLACKER are a rock band, a three piece, two from the group HEY COLOSSUS and a brother on the drums. These are the times they thought, let’s: WHOOP AND A HOLLER. Recorded August 2013 for £450 by Westminster Brown (Tim Cedar, Part Chimp) at the legendary Dropout studios, South London whilst a man from Torche watched on.

"Finally England provides a credible power trio. Fans of 70's heavy boogie will love it, but it'll also appeal to folk that dig Clint Foetus, Rapeman, Kyuss, Uncle Acid, Melvins, QOTSA/Desert Sessions. One of the (many) things I like about Hey Colossus (with whom Henry Blacker share two members) is their unrepentant Rockist streak, and boy is that made manifest on this offshoot. The album starts with a riff that would sit quite happily on 'Grand Funk', 'Blues for the Red Sun' or ZZ's classic 'Deguello', but within seconds the Henry Blacker English Power-Boogie identity is patented. Some of the vocals treatments are classic Billy Gibbons (the Manic Mechanic sprang to mind) meets early QOTSA era Josh Homme. Available on vinyl and a limited run cassette from Riot Season, the cassette is strangely appropriate because these eight musings on aging, power, and failure are driving music. This is the album that the maniac in the monster truck is playing as he triesto mow you down in a 70's drive-in movie. It's the album Kowalski is playing to keep his drug and fatigue-addled mind alive as he heads for the Vanishing Point.” (Toby Mearing)

This album, the band’s debut, is on Riot Season (UK & Europe) and Learning Curve (USA), vinyl and download

Straight rockin’

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released 01 February 2014

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