Angry Angles - Angry Angles


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In 2005, Jay Reatard and Alix Brown started a band called Angry Angles. The band's rotating lineup also featured Destruction Unit's Ryan Rousseau. They released a handful of singles, but before they could complete their album, Reatard and Brown's relationship fizzled. The band broke up, and soon after, Jay released his debut solo album, Blood Visions.  Other unreleased tracks include a cover of the Oblivians' "Memphis Creep" and three tracks from a shelved Montreal session: "Can't Do It Anymore," "All the Same," and "Set in Stone." There are also covers of Wire's "The 15th," Devo's "Blockhead," and the Urinals' "Black Hole."