Crippled Black Phoenix - 200 Tons of Bad Luck

Crippled Black Phoenix is a collective of musicians from many other bands (including notably Iron Monkey, Gonga, Mogwai, Electric Wizard and others), formed in 2004 in the UK. Their debut album, "A Love Of Shared Disasters", was recorded at State of Art Studios in Bristol. Geoff Barrow (Portishead), who is a part owner of the studio, produced the disc and released it on his own Invada Records. The band writes what they call "endtime ballads", signifying both the slightly macabre nature of their songs and their unusual blend of styles as the final evolution in music. This strange blend has led to them being called everything from stoner-prog to freak-folk to doom. This is their 2009 brilliant album. Highly recommended!

Artist: Crippled Black Phoenix
Album: 200 Tons of Bad Luck
Year: 2009
Genre: post-rock, experimental, dark, blues

1. Burnt Reynolds
2. Rise Up and Fight
3. Time of Ye Life / Born for Nothing / Paranoid Arm Of Narcoleptic Empire
4. Wendigo
5. Littlestep
6. Crossing the Bar
7. Whissendine
8. A Real Bronx Cheer
9. 444
10. A Hymn for a Lost Soul
11. A Lack of Common Sense
12. I Am Free, Today I Perished

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