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Blood Red Shoes - 'Cold'

Blood Red Shoes get even louder

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Anyone with an aversion to drums should probably look away now, because this track is full of them: tom-toms tearing up the intro like a jackhammer through tarmac, cymbals slicing without remorse, and the brutal rampage of a bass drum on a mission. Speakers push the air indeed.

Tim Chester

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