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Links 1 through 10 of 30 by ernest ackermann tagged keepslippingaway

Video Mashup of A Place To Bury Strangers/ Brendan Bellomo/ Greg Wilson/ Cereal Spiller Remix. Mute EMI 2010

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another version of keep slipping away in Fresno Califormia

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Quicksilver video with soundtrack by APtBS. Keep Slipping Away

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"I’ve remixed my Afghanistan video with the A Place to Bury Strangers track “Keep Slipping Away” from the Exploding Head LP."

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One of the many stellar songs from A Place to Bury Stranger’s second album Exploding Head was recent single “Slipping Away”, swathed as it was in industrial beats, brooding guitar complemented by a disaffected vocal (“Time’s Slipping Away” so true, alas) by Oliver Ackermann, plus a chilling Cure-esque middle eight.

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As far as immediate, red-hot rock songs go, A Place to Bury Strangers is among the best bands out there. Hell, Exploding Head could have been a punk record if it weren't for their shoegaze affiliations and songs like "I Lived My Life To Stand In The Shadow Of Your Heart."

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"Sounding like a close cousin to The Cure’s ‘The Exploding Boy’, ‘Keep Slipping Away’ could have been written at any point over the previous three decades. Resonant guitar textures chime in and out, subtly augmented by Oliver Ackermann’s breathy vocal making this possibly A Place To Bury Strangers most radio friendly (did I really say that?) four minutes to date."

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"It's a strange, retro-modern clip heavy on cumbersome studio equipment and mad scientist antics that seem to lend a slight nod to Thomas Dolby."

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"The end result combines a nostalgic ’80s feel with modern wizardry for a captivating viewing experience that suits the song’s aesthetic perfectly. "

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