Saint Silas Intercession - The Lost Album

by Saint Silas Intercession

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mpjbrett We all know the Basement Tapes. This is the best bootleg since The Black Album. Fierce.
Dandy Dave Wakefield
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Dandy Dave Wakefield I joined bandcamp to discover fresh, quality & sincere music. This album is a gem, a diamond. A raw, yet joyous sound.
sensational primitive
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sensational primitive Although recorded a long time ago, the album still sounds absolutely fresh and up-to-date. It's a shame that the album has been forgotten for so long. I wish there would also be a vinyl edition in the future. The biggest surprise is Company Man, which is an almost completely different song than the versions on "Ghost On The Motorway" and on "Loose Variations On A Near Miss".
Cheers, Christoph Favorite track: Company Man.
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Heart Attack 01:58
3.
My Share 02:38
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The Fear 02:47
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Charlie Says 04:42
9.
Company Man 05:38
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Ratboy 03:56
12.
Landlord 04:22

about

Once upon a time we called ourselves Saint Silas Intercession. In 2004 we made an EP that was much beloved by many a BBC Radio 1 DJ including the late great John Peel. We attempted to follow it up with an album but we never managed to finish it for one reason or another. Lost and abandoned sometime during the first decade of the 21st century. We've salvaged what we can and with all its imperfections, it's vicious, righteous and rockin' as all fuck.

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS ALBUM WILL BE DONATED TO THE TRUSSELL TRUST, A GREAT ORGANISATION WHO PROVIDE FOOD BANKS FOR THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN PUSHED INTO A POSISTION OF NEED BY A NASTY GOVERNMENT THAT DOESN'T GIVE A FUCK.

credits

released July 2, 2020

Vocals and Guitars: Patrick McCarthy
Vocals, Guitars and Bass: Michael J Sheehy
Drums: Ian Burns

with
Williem Vincent playng Bass on tracks 1, 3, 4 and 6.
Matthew Evens playing Vibraphone and Melodica on track 9
Lar Hughes (and others whose names have been lost in the mists of time) BVs on tracks 9 and 12

Recorded by Laurence Ash in Gloucestershire 2004 and 2005.

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Anglo-Irish Londoners mixing blues, punk, gospel, stoner and psychedelia rock.

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