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May 28, 1992 | MIKE BOEHM
For the British band Ride, whipping up stormy surges of electric noise is just one way of getting in touch with the inner self. "It's frequencies," Andrew Bell, one of the band's two singer-guitarists, said in a recent interview after being asked to account for the allure of noise. "It's the chemical reaction your body has to frequencies, and you can activate it with guitars quite easily. If you crank it up loud enough, you can get a good sound quite easily."
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May 28, 1992 | MIKE BOEHM
For the British band Ride, whipping up stormy surges of electric noise is just one way of getting in touch with the inner self. "It's frequencies," Andrew Bell, one of the band's two singer-guitarists, said in a recent interview after being asked to account for the allure of noise. "It's the chemical reaction your body has to frequencies, and you can activate it with guitars quite easily. If you crank it up loud enough, you can get a good sound quite easily."
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April 10, 1991 | STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Manchester. That's about all you hear when it comes to British rock these days. Such Manchester acts as Happy Mondays, the Stone Roses and Charlatans U.K., and Manchester-influenced bands including Jesus Jones and EMF, dominate the landscape with their hybrid of hip-hop psychedelia and punk attitudes. "Everyone goes on about, 'What do you think about the Manchester thing?' " said Laurence Colbert, drummer of the band Ride, which is neither from Manchester nor a disciple of its sound.
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April 10, 1991 | STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Manchester. That's about all you hear when it comes to British rock these days. Such Manchester acts as Happy Mondays, the Stone Roses and Charlatans U.K., and Manchester-influenced bands including Jesus Jones and EMF, dominate the landscape with their hybrid of hip-hop psychedelia and punk attitudes. "Everyone goes on about, 'What do you think about the Manchester thing?' " said Laurence Colbert, drummer of the band Ride, which is neither from Manchester nor a disciple of its sound.
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