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Listening Booth: A Sometime Series

I referenced one of the saddest bands in the world—-Hood—-yesterday. It got me thinking about the band’s wintry sounds, its bleak album cover designs, and the fact that I found one of its old EPs—-Home Is Where It Hurts—-buried in my old cube before we moved. Despite its sad sounds, the Leeds-based band has been a going entity since 1990.

I finally got out that EP and actually played it. The record still holds up. It definitely fits our first really bad cold front. Take a listen to a few fair-use sound clips:

“Home is Where It Hurts”

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“Cold Fire Woods of Western Lanes”

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