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Therapy?

Never Apologize Never Explain

Therapy? Never Apologize Never Explain 2 CD
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An alternative metal band from Northern Ireland formed in 1989. With keen pop sensibilities, a skewed sense of humour and a willingness to draw inspiration from diverse sources, Therapy? came to attention in the early 1990s rise of alternative rock, but have endured for two decades since. Their eight full-length album from 2004 marked a return to the claustrophobic sound of the bands' early releases and proved that Therapy? can do no wrong! 'High Anxiety' was a return to the Troublegum-esque sound, and this album continues the theme. With a bass in its own genre that is loud, deep throated, a guitar that has addictive, diamond edged riffs with a sound as distinctive as Andy Cairn's voice and dynamic multi-dimensional drumming demonstrating skill and guile not seen before since the days of Fyfe, this album is a fair reflection of the soul of Therapy? The new digipak edition is limited to 1000 copies. Digitally remastered using 24-Bit process, released on a golden disc.
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