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Viet Cong  - Viet Cong mp3 album Performer: Viet Cong
Album: Viet Cong
Released: 2015
Style: Post-Punk, Alternative Rock
Size MP3: 1176 mb.
Size FLAC: 1430 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 223
Other Formats: AA MP2 ASF WMA MMF VQF MP4



Viet Cong is the debut studio album by Canadian rock band Viet Cong. It was released on January 20, 2015, by Flemish Eye in Canada and Jagjaguwar elsewhere. Viet Cong is the only album released by the band under this name, as they changed their name to "Preoccupations" in 2016. The first single from the album, "Continental Shelf", was released for streaming on October 15, 2014. The album also features a re-recorded version of a previous song, "Bunker Buster"

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Viet Cong's impressive full-length debut consists of dark, simmering post-punk. Their mission is not altogether different from that of Women, the short-lived and sorely missed indie deconstructionists in which half of Viet Cong previously served. Viet Cong's impressive full-length debut consists of dark, simmering post-punk.

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Viet Cong is the debut album by Canadian rock band Viet Cong The first single from the album, "Continental Shelf", was released for streaming on October 15, 2014. The album also features a re-recorded version of a previous song, "Bunker Buster" Contents. 1 Critical reception.

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Viet Cong is the debut studio album by Canadian rock band Viet Cong. Production Critical reception.

Viet Cong are the sort of band that makes you think use of the word "eclectic" should have been saved especially for them. On their first full-length album, simply titled Viet Cong, this group's music encompasses lo-fi noise and hi-fi electronic sheen, fuzzy guitars and thundering digital percussion, relentless drum patterns looping through banks of undefinable and formless sound, droning keyboards bumping up against indie rock guitar bashing, and clean and jangly 12-strings cheek by jowl with deep, echo-laden vocals