Pleading For Annihilation - Gary War - Jareds Lot (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Pleading for Annihilation By Gary War. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Pleading for Annihilation. Featured on Jared's Lot. More by Gary War. Gaz Forth. Gary War / Purple Pilgrims. New Raytheonport. Police Water. Horribles Parade. More Gary War. Listen to Gary War now. Listen to Gary War in full in the Spotify app. Play on.
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  3. Gary War returns with new LP, Jared’s Lot News I I by FACT Lo-fi adventurer Gary War is strapping up for a new LP of excursions into pop’s lunatic fringes.
  4. Gadd started his recording career as in , although a succession of singles under this name (and later as Paul Monday) made little impact. In , with management by, he jumped on the glam bandwagon, releasing the single "Rock N Roll" under the name Gary Glitter. It reached the top ten in .
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gary War - Jared's Lot at Discogs. Complete your Gary War collection/5(26).
  6. Oct 05,  · Gary War: "Jared's Lot" music review Our pal Anthony described this new record Jared's Lot WAY more succinctly and accurately The best moments are tracks like "Pleading For Annihilation.
  7. Feb 08,  · New to Forte, SHDWPLY records has struck a rich vein of killer new US artists: limited and vinyl only for now, this is the Debut from Gary War, from Brooklyn NY. A one-man phantasmagoria of swooshing spectral pop. Somewhere over the Black Moth Super Rainbow, he spins gaseous cobwebs of eldritch bubblegum.
  8. This item was available on Vinyl LP & CD but is now sold out on all formats, sorry. Take a look at what else we have in by Gary War, check out some related artists, head over to our new releases or knock yourself out reading our latest music news & album reviews.
  9. That album wasn't a major departure from Gary War, but it did show a newfound predilection toward clearer tones, even if clarity is essentially antithetical to the Gary War aesthetic. Gary War's sonic palette hasn't really changed on this new one, Jared's Lot -- in fact, a few of the tracks here could have been included on Horribles Parade.

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