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|Add Date:||2003-10-13||Pull Date:||2003-12-15|
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|1.||Dec 17, 2003:||pressw and release |
|4.||Nov 22, 2003:||Morning Glory |
Get Hot, You Burn!
|2.||Dec 11, 2003:||15 Miles til Sunday |
|5.||Nov 18, 2003:||The Digital/Analog War |
|3.||Nov 26, 2003:||sad and dangerous |
Get Hot, You Burn!
|6.||Nov 13, 2003:||15 Miles til Sunday |
This is the third album from these original New York post-rock icons who have worked with such bands as Stereolab and Tortoise. Although it results in being all over the place stylistically, this album does a great job of keeping the flow going, never settling on one catchy formula but instead taking risks and occasionally disagreeing with your taste. Very post-rock krautrock funk jam. Though I have a huge problem with “jammy” sounding bands, my tolerance for their playful adventures is high. Think also of Neu, Ganger, or Dianogah. 1, 2, 5, 10, 11, 13.|
1. awesome, energetic sinister groove. pretty, then rockin’.
2. slow, kickass funky bass+drum rhythm.
3. organ over weird detuned synth krautrock jam. tortoise esp. at end.
4. dancy synth bassline, then 70s referential post-rocky jam
5. slow hard catchy groove. pretty, then breaks out loud at end.
6. mellow pretty bass guitar major 3rds solo w/ some synth
7. guitar-driven jam session, playful and upbeat.
8. with banjo. Alternates between hiphop funk beat and country
9. pretty guitar riffs and buzzy synth. very post-rock jam.
10. catchy bass guitar rhythm driven groove. like ganger/dianogah.
11. upbeat happy kraut rock groove with neat simple guitar riff.
12. un-ending funk groove jam. switches completely midway.
13. sad guitars, arpeggiated, melodic. very pretty.
|2.||Get Hot, You Burn!||8.||Banjo|
|3.||Mrs.Lady Lady||9.||Sleep Hold|
|5.||Answers||11.||Please Release Me|
|6.||The Headache Boat||12.||John Fitch Way|