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11th May, 2014

The Amazing Snakeheads: Amphetamine Ballads (Domino)

Glasgow's latest rock sensations, the Amazing Snakeheads have been successfully scaring audiences with their visceral and confrontational live shows. Amphetamine Ballads, their debut, is essential listening for anyone who digs the sound of the deranged psychobilly blues of The Cramps battling it out with the filth and the fury of The Birthday Party. While these Glaswegians are on the illustrious Domino label alongside Arctic Monkeys and Villagers, they're a...

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