|Fizzle Like a Flood / Fizzle Like a Flood|
|Album:||Fizzle Like a Flood||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Fizzle Like a Flood||Added:||Mar 2004|
|Label:||Ernest Jenning Record Co.|
|Add Date:||2004-07-19||Pull Date:||2004-09-19|
|Week Ending:||Sep 19||Sep 12||Aug 29||Aug 22||Aug 8||Jul 25|
|1.||Sep 16, 2004:||Multiple Personality Disorder |
Love the Fuck
|4.||Aug 26, 2004:||Hello Kitten |
Decide to Die
|2.||Sep 14, 2004:||The Literate Pop Fans |
|5.||Aug 20, 2004:||Multiple Personality Disorder |
Love the Fuck
|3.||Sep 06, 2004:||Short Song Marathon - Part 3 |
|6.||Aug 18, 2004:||press and release |
Fizzle Like A Flood EP|
Noisy dream pop, after the likes of Flaming Lips, My Bloody Valentine, Mercury Rev and the rest of that gang. Multiply layered, tons of guitars, synths, processed vocals, very richly produced (you know the drill). Start: 7, 3. FCC: 2, 5.
1.[0:30] Intro to the next track, violin-like synths.
2.[FCC, repeated “Fuck”, play track 7] Mid tempo, noisy, layered, distorted, carries out almost without drum beat almost until the end.
3. Mercury Rev-like opening with dramatic piano keyboard. Slow, dreamy, metallic-distorted vocals.
4. Mid/fast tempo, noisy percussion, electric guitar line over many different layers of sound. Instrumental.
5.[FCC, “fucking”] Piano ballad, slow, distant strumming guitar, synths, heartfelt vocals. Chorus a little cheesy-rock style… similar to track 3.
6. Slow/mid instrumental. Leading keyboard tune, theatrically dramatic drumming. Live (ends with clapping).
7. Mid tempo, clean, heavier rendition of the musical theme of track 2. Flaming Lips rocker, guitars, sluggish drums, noise, multiplied vox. Short appearance of female vox. Live.
|1.||Shutters Open||4.||Nothing Much|
|2.||Love the Fuck||5.||Rides to Get High|
|3.||Decide to Die||6.||Something More|