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Suicide – Harlem

A track that could be the electronic alter ego to ‘Hamlet (Pow Pow pow)’ by The Birthday Party. Big, bad, and could have only come from New York, this track is from Suicide’s 2nd album; an album that was less monomaniacal than the first with more light and shade. Possibly easier to get into than the first album, and many claim it’s their favourite; it’s still less impressive than the stark bleakness of the 1977 work. This track though, this track, is immense.

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