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Light The Fuse And Run / Transistor Transistor - Split LP Vinyl Record

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Light The Fuse And Run / Transistor Transistor - Split

Label: Level Plane Records, Electric Human Project
Catalog#: LP52, EHP16
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Black (also came in clear)
Country: US
Released: June 3, 2003
Genre: Rock
Style: Hardcore

As new, cover is perfect, vinyl has been played a couple times but shows as new


Tracklist
A1     Light The Fuse And Run  -      We Are The Housefire        
A2     Light The Fuse And Run  -      The Flitcraft Case        
A3     Light The Fuse And Run  -      Mary M., 1:30 AM        
A4     Light The Fuse And Run  -      This Is How To Light A New York City Stove        
B1     Transistor Transistor  -      Book Burning Committee        
B2     Transistor Transistor  -      Cry Havoc        
B3     Transistor Transistor  -      Two Plus Two Equals 4/4        
B4     Transistor Transistor  -      There's A Fine Line

Virginia's LIGHT THE FUSE AND RUN and New Hampshire's TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR breathe new life and a taste of fun into a scene that is often heavy handed and forgetful of its youth.

LIGHT THE FUSE AND RUN throw at us 4 tracks of their Gravity-cum-Dischord driving aggression. The record starts out with my new all time favorite LTF track. It destroys everything and will be stuck in your head for fucking weeks. If you liked the tracks on the split with Hot Cross, then you will love this. Welcome to a collection of sounds that will have you at work in the pit, shaking your ass as well as your fists.

The 4 TRANSISTOR TRANSISTOR tracks on here are some of the darkiest and edgiest Tranny songs yet. They still feature the propulsive rhythm section, driving guitars, and Nat's sultry and sinister vocals. But these tracks offer a look at the dark side of Transistor. With the appearance of some additional instruments and a pretty hot recording....the tracks are a huge step forward from their initial debut 12" ep.