Obedience Cuts

by Hair Police

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Originally released on Gods of Tundra (LP)/Freedom From (CD), 2004.

"For this particularly mesmerizing effort they say they're "chronicling the relationship between inside/outside and signaling a call to arms for the GNARLY TIMES." I'm not entirely sure about that platform, but there's certainly something bubbling within the album's violently ecstatic nine tracks." -Pitchfork

"Hair Police aren't trying to kill you with noise, they're allowing themselves to be possessed by it" -All Music

"Why waste time listening to an album that is so alienating and willing to shrug off almost any trace of convention? No words could possibly describe the sounds that come from Obedience Cuts." -Tiny Mix Tapes

"The utterly determined (and undeniably grim) focus that lies behind the music is what makes this Hair Police's best album yet. " -Dusted Magazine

" I've heard heavier and louder albums, but I can't think of another record that is anywhere near as disturbing. " -Brainwashed

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released April 1, 2004

Beatty/Connelly/Tremaine
Recorded January-October 2003, Lexington, KY
Violin on "Boneless" by C. Spencer Yeh

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Hair Police Lexington, Kentucky

ROBERT BEATTY/MIKE CONNELLY/TREVOR TREMAINE

SINCE 2001

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