The Italian music magazine Mucchio described "Not a Memory" with the following: "Listening to Hurl is to inhale vibrant air that tends on the dark, and which is interspersed with violent moments of introspection that throw the listener--and presumably the musicians--into a dimension of unconsciousness." While a bit melodramatic and loosely translated, the statement rings true.
Hurl recorded their record "Not a Memory" over four days in the fall of 1996 in Chicago, IL with Bob Weston. "Not a Memory" is Hurl's "second and most challenging record,...an exercise in simultaneously forcing chaosand teetering on the edge of collapse." [Thank you Pillowfight Recordviews].
It was also the first authentic recorded testament to Hurl's frantic yet composed structure that had been contantly growing and refining itself into something unique over several singles and compilation tracks.
COMES IN A PLASTIC SLEEVE WITH COMPACT DISC, BOOKLET AND TRAY CARD, NO JEWELCASE.
01 Bred In Kentucky
02 She Laughed, She Died
03 All the Thoughts You Swallowed
04 Forget to Breathe
07 A White Collar Shame
08 All the Lines Have Been Erased
09 Patching Things Up/Everything Is Electric
10 Piano Scream
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