Lederhosen Lucil / Tales From the Pantry
Album:Tales From the Pantry Collection:General
Artist:Lederhosen Lucil Added:Nov 2003
Label:Hypo Production 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2004-02-09 Pull Date:2004-04-12 
Week Ending:Mar 28Mar 21Mar 7Feb 29Feb 22Feb 15

Recent Airplay
1.Apr 15, 2023:Music Casserole
4.Mar 11, 2005:Bump & Hustle Music
2.Apr 30, 2011:Music Casserole
5.Mar 24, 2004:Night Music With an Accent
3.May 19, 2005:Eran Mukamel f. Spacerob
6.Mar 17, 2004:Night Music with an Accent
La Vocabulaire

Album Review
Reviewed 2004-02-02 
Humorous pop songs based on Lucil’s snarky vocals in a variety of styles and simple rhythms and synth lines. The lyrics are deeply weird and reminiscent of Weird Al’s eclectic topical concerns.

1. Stereolab backing up Poly Styrene? Instant classic.
2. Burbly bassline, synth orchestra, blasé recital – suitable for adventurous clubs
3. Relatively nondescript
4. French, but spoken/sung in the manner of a precocious 10-year old
5. Hilariously nasal vocal delivery, rapid tempo synth-drum track, and cheesy organ
6. Pleasant pop
7. German and English (though English lyrics are delivered with a German accent) vocals over a simple two-note bass line
8. Possibly the first musical tribute to the “friendly wrist lump” called a ganglion
9. A lovely tune that could be the French version of Ladytron’s “Seventeen”
10. Catchy
11. ESG-ish mash-up of funk, hip-hop … and why does that bassline sound like a tuba? “How can you not care about space?” asks Lucil earnestly
12. Syrupy ballad (contra the title) … ends about fifteen seconds early so watch out

Track Listing
1.Anarchavid 7.Meine Augen
2.Best Dishwasher I Ever Had 8.Doin' the Ganglion
3.Throwing Up Leaves 9.La Vocabulaire
4.Ooo... Omg 10.Sigh About this
5.Herr Noit 11.Space
6.Fur Annabella 12.Semi-Sweet