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hand of god
at heaven's gate
tinman   1999
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album rating: 2
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submitted by alan on 18-Dec-1999; last updated on 29-Jan-2000 by anton
Tinman's latest release next to the Ringworm compilation. This one is constructed by the weird musicians known as Thirteen=ate & the=hand with production & recording done by Crocodile Shop's Mick Hale. Think Mentallo & the Fixer (early), some Crocodile Shop experimentation & vox meanderings, & a bit of Klinik. This might give you a little ideal of what HOG is pushing into your mind. But a strong sense of cynical idealism is the key factor as well with this release; many of the samples lead you to this.
 
Many of the tracks contain samples that will have you laughing to yourself leaving you wanting more. Tracks such "regurgitating", "censor", "heed the call" and "gate II" show HOG at their best, leaving a basis of understanding what the rest of the album is portraying. Not one to rush out for, but one to look out for especially fans of those bands mentioned above. Forget about the Eye of God, check out the Hand of God, it just might be for you! A new one to look into from Tinman.

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