28th Day / Barbara Manning

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28th Day
Used - LP - 72047
1985 7 Track EP. “One Of Those Albums That Did Absolutely Nothing Upon Its Release But Has Developed A Certain Cult Cachet Over The Years, 28th Day Is The Recording Debut Of Both Indie Rock Darling Barbara Manning And Cult Singer/Songwriter Cole Marquis. Produced By True West's Russ Tolman And Released Through His Own Bring Out Your Dead Imprint Via True West's Label, Enigma Records, 28th Day Is In Many Ways Just Another Minor Release In The Post-Paisley Underground School Of California Indie Rock, Neither As Sonically Adventurous As Game Theory Nor As Aggressive As Thin White Rope Or Green On Red. However, The Songs' Obsessive Acoustic Guitar Strums And Clipped, Propulsive Beats Tie 28th Day To Fellow Travelers Like The Cat Heads And Vomit Launch. Like The Work Of Those Bands, Songs Like The Ruminative "Pages Turn" And The Swirling, Neurotic "25 Pills" Suggest That Chico, CA, Was The One City In The Northern Hemisphere That Was Attuned To The Krautrock-Inspired Art Pop Of New Zealand's Flying Nun Label. The Album's High Point Is The Tense, Strangled "Burnsite," A Manning Song That Climaxes In One Of The Most Anguished Screams This Side Of Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures. 28th Day Broke Up Shortly After The Release Of This Album.” – Stewart Mason, AMG more

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