The Men - Leave Home mp3 album

The Men - Leave Home mp3 album
Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Noise-Rock
  • Performer:
    The Men
  • Title:
    Leave Home
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  • Style:
    Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Noise-Rock
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  • Recording Location:
    Python Patrol
The Men - Leave Home mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1501 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1585 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1727 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 If You Leave... The Men The Men 7:37
2 Lotus The Men The Men 3:06
3 Think The Men The Men 3:37
4 L.A.D.O.C.H. The Men The Men 6:03
5 ( ) The Men The Men 5:48
6 Bataille The Men The Men 4:15
7 Shittin with the Shah' The Men The Men 4:53
8 Night Landing The Men The Men 5:57


Chris Bowman - Drums
Nick Chiericozzi - Clarinet, Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Mary Kate Chillemi - Glass
Kevin Faulkner - Photography
Ben Greenberg - Engineer, Glass, Guitar
Chris Hansell - Bass, Drums, Group Member, Guitar, Vocals
Ryan Marino - Synthesizer
Colin Marston - Mastering
The Men - Composer, Primary Artist
Mark Perro - Drums, Group Member, Guitar, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Rich Samis - Group Member

The Men are anything but predictable, truly being one of the better bands to emerge in the 2010's and leave their fans guessing on where they will go next. Leave Home is their second record and surely one of their best, as it encompasses the mess that is the band's quest to conquer every form of music. Hardcore punk of the 1980's seems to be the theme for most of the record, recalling bands like Dead Kennedys, Flipper, and even The Dream Syndicate at their most raw. After the psych opener "If You Leave", the next couple of songs could only be seen as a decent into madness: The raw but melodic "Lotus"; the abstract almost Pere Ubu noise fest of "Think"; what I could only compare to the scariest of Swans imitations with "Ladoch", six minutes of torture. Finally the rage subsides a bit with the next two tracks on the record which also happen to be the best: a rocking bruiser that recalls The Stooges or better yet The Cows titled simply "()", and "Bataille" which recalls all of the above with a superb melodic line, and maybe the best song they ever cut. It is all summed up at the end with "Night Landing", one of the great phaser guitar driving songs to not exist in the 1980's. As much as throw back their sound can be, they sum all of it up with an attitude that is pure 21st century; they are very aware of who they are channeling and do it with style and substance.