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Accordion Crimes/Lion Sized

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Cash Cow Recording Company started nearly two decades ago with vinyl releases from Squid, Tugboat Annie, Milf and others, but it was inactive for the past thirteen years, and has recently been reborn as Cash Cow Productions. And what better way to get back into the swing of things than with two of the city's finest: Accordion Crimes and Lion Sized? This is something of a genius pairing: The two bands complement each other well, and the tracks share similar vigorous, chugging, tom-heavy beats by Lion Sized's Rob Burleson on "Three Bed/Two Bath" and Accordion Crimes' David Sprague on "Academy." Although there's only one track per side, it's sufficient enough to get a taste of the muscular post-punk each outfit is capable of.

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