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Black Hat - Uncle John & Whitelock - There Is Nothing Else... (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Uncle John & Whitelock Articles and Media. Arab Strap, ex-Delgados member Emma Pollock, Uncle John & Whitlock [above], and hundreds of indie kids enjoy a (partly) sunny day in Glasgow.
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  5. uncle john & whitelock there is nothing else (gfm) 5/5 THERE'S a storm gathering, an apocalyptic thing raging on the horizon. Black clouds, wind that will be .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Uncle John's Nickel [Chicago Line] on Discogs.
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  8. Black clouds, wind that will be rattling your bones, rain that will sting your eyes, a storm that will engulf you. That's what Uncle John And Whitelock are like: the sound of the end times, the last howls of those who refuse to succumb." – Review of There is Nothing Else, Sunday Herald.

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