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You can’t judge a book by its cover. Or an album. Or can you? PART TWO

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Clock DVA - Thirst

This might be pushing a concept too far, I dunno. Anything that helps annoy a phalanx of Strokes fans has to have some merit in it, surely? 

As before, I showed six album sleeves to my Caboolture KMB003 (Sex Drugs Rock N Roll) students, and asked them to figure out what the music sounded like from the artwork alone.  None of the students had heard of the artists before. Here are their responses.

AFRIRAMPO – AFRIRAMPO

AfriRAMPO album sleeve

world music, soul, trance

CLOCK DVA – THIRST

Clock DVA - Thirst

industrial, rap, power-violence grindcore, Nine Inch Nails, Rammstein

MATT MONRO – MATT MONRO

Matt Monro

jazz, Motown, Frank Sinatra, jingles or songs composed for game shows

DUB NARCOTIC SOUND SYSTEM – OUT OF YOUR MIND

dub narcotic sound system

psychedelic rock, electro-punk, nu metal

ESG – A SOUTH BRONX STORY

ESG - A SOUTH BRONX STORY

children’s concept music, experimental, noise, post-rock, Starbucks

THE THIN KIDS – THE THIN KIDS

THE THIN KIDS - THE THIN KIDS

emo-punk, post-alternative trans-gender core, koala rock, indie

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