Bushman's Revenge / A Little Bit Of Big Bonanza
Album:A Little Bit Of Big Bonanza Collection:General
Artist:Bushman's Revenge Added:Feb 2012
Label:Rune Grammofon 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2012-03-31 Pull Date:2012-06-02 
Week Ending:May 27May 20May 13May 6Apr 29Apr 22Apr 15Apr 8

Recent Airplay
1.Apr 07, 2022:The Fall of Math (rebroadcast from Jun 7, 2012)
No More Dead Bodies For Daddy Tonight
4.Jun 23, 2012:Catharsis
Hent Tollekriven Ivar, Det Har Stranga En Hval
2.Apr 10, 2014:The Sunset Life
As We Used To Sing
5.Jun 20, 2012:maximum entropy
Tinnitus Love Poem, Iron Bloke
3.Jan 03, 2013:Top 100 Albums of 2012
Tinnitus Love Poem
6.Jun 07, 2012:The Fall of Math
No More Dead Bodies For Daddy Tonight

Album Review
Adam Pearson
Reviewed 2012-03-29 
Instrumental, mathy (post) rock. Bushman’s Revenge is a Norwegian group, featuring former jazz performers and experimental musicians. Mostly upbeat, driving guitar-oriented proggy rock. Impressive rhythmic syncopation and lumbering percussion, considering nearly all the tracks were recorded in single takes with few overdubs. Sounds like Hella and Omar Rodriguez Lopez.

*1. Cover of Sonny Sharrock’s “As we used to sing.” Upbeat, nonstop, loud fun. (6:18)
2. Heavy post-punk surfy groove. (8:21)
3. Repetitive, lethargic stoner rock rock with loud chord crunches and a slight Western feel. (5;07)
4. Introspective acoustic guitar pattern, brushed drums, melodic keys. (3:51)
*5. Frenzied percussion, driving mathy jam. (4:52)
6. Slow dreamy guitars and near ambience. Play with track 7. (2:23)
*7. Trippy loose feel to the stoner blowout psych piece. (6:25)
8. Proggy, bass-centric groove develops into a frenetic rhythmic march. (10:23)

Track Listing
1.As We Used To Sing 5.Iron Bloke
2.No More Dead Bodies For Daddy Tonight 6.4e73
3.Jeg Baker Kokosboller 7.Tinnitus Love Poem
4.John Lennon Was The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived 8.Hent Tollekriven Ivar, Det Har Stranga En Hval