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Album: Reign Of Terror (2012)


  • Sleigh Bells open their second album, Reign Of Terror, with this brief prelude, in which vocalist Alexis Krauss screams pump-you-up exhortations accompanied by the sound of audience cheering. "I was in the vocal booth," she explained to The Guardian. "I was pretending I was standing in front of 200,000 people, losing my s--t."
    "We jokingly hoped that it would be prophetic," added her Sleigh Bell partner Derek Miller. "Cos it's an arrogant way to start a record. It's brash and tasteless, and more and more we flirt with tastelessness."


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