Dad School has been with Mine All Mine Records since the very early days of the community. “These Don’t Belong To Me” marks his eighth release on the label, and there are even more releases coming. This time around, Dad School takes his signature guitar-based ambient and minimalist post-rock style and applies it to songs written by very different bands. The result is a set of brooding and morose multi-movement pieces.
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01. Instrumental (Curl Up And Die)
02. Down Rodeo (Rage Against the Machine)
03. Driving Spain Up A Wall (City of Caterpillar)
04. Hospital Fat Bags (Gaza)
6 April 2011
Here’s some links to the original songs, if anyone’s curious:
“Instrumental” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XW7xYUWMIso
“Down Rodeo” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4CwR7SSueA
“Driving Spain Up A Wall” (No studio recording of this exists) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRgRciwOhoo
“Hospital Fat Bags” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8e0dv9kOpY
I don’t know if I’m reading it right, but I get a lot of repressed feelings and resentment as well, this happens to be a problem with my primary artist. The only critique I have personally would be to reign in the solos at the end.