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Reviews CD Reviews Synthpop, New Wave Red Flag- The Crypt

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Artist:   Red Flag

Album:  The Crypt

Label:   Plan-B Records

Date:     4/1/08

 

Reviewing this classic was a lot of fun. It has such rich, dark beats and textures but with the smooth vocal approach of Chris Reynolds; making songs like “Curtains’ and “I See You” epic Red Flag Classics. This is one of those that still sound great after all this time and drove this writer to relive this album. Hard to believe this album is already eight years old. This release ushers in a new era of sound which would be followed by releases like “Fear of a Red Planet”, “The Bitter End’ and “Code Breaker t133”. There is a kinky lingerie shop in San Diego named “The Crypt”. It has the same symbol as the album cover which opens up

Whole other conversation. Maybe someone will share more on this?  Chris??? LOL!

 

 


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