The Croissants / Charles Albright: Split LP

The Croissants / Charles Albright: Split LP

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Pleasant Screams and Sacramento Records team up to present two of Sacramento's top ear-blasters! Over the past few years, The Croissants and Charles Albright have built up nice following through constant gigging and a steady stream of quality records. This split LP continues their run.

The Croissants have had six years to rummage through the garage and what they've found is a snot-covered miscreant, a brat barricaded in a corner with takings from mom & dad's liquor cabinet and a record player blasting "Annette's Got The Hits" and early FYP records over and over. "Buzzkill", "Trashworthy", "We're In The Basement", and "Life's A Nash" gives you a hint of what Hans, Heather, and Gabba are up to.

Charles Albright, fronted by Charles Albright (imagine that!), crashes through a wall of feedback like a crazy-eyed Kool-Aid man. Ginn-rips and frantic pounding punch drunk through Tire Shredding and Short Skirt, a sly super-charged homage to mid-period Black Flag. Albright ends with a marathon assault on the chestnut Louie Louie, a version that takes psychedelic noise into the dentist scene from Marathon Man. This has to be the most relentless take on Louie Louie since Jordan Michaels unleashed his glam-punk-disco dance 12" on the world in the early 80s.


01  We're In The Basement
02  Do You Remember Me?
03  Buzzkill
04  It's A Day As Real As Today
05  Trashworthy
06  Life's A Nash

01  Intro
02  Tireshredding
03  Short Skirt
04  Louie Louie II
05  I'm Just A Fine Young Man And I'm Doing So Well
06  Louie Louie II (reprise)

released April 23, 2016 by Pleasant Screams + Sacramento Records