Narco make music for people who drive without regard, crash cars without care and kill without feeling – their day job being the composition of music for video games like The Getaway and Driver. This, in turn, funds their lifestyle as a filthy rock n roll band whose music whose music you could also happily crash cars to in real life – though the anti-violence message in recent single Worth It probably knocks murder out of the equation.
Though this is absolutely a rock n roll record, the heavy use of computers mark Narco apart from the increasing number of so-called purists out there. The music doesn’t always hit the mark but when it does it’s great and here they have created a distinctive and stylised album.
Release date: 11th July 2005