Label
Fast Atmosphere
Release date
5 Nov 2008
Running length
13 tracks
Running time
55:19

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Mount Blasta 4:20 734
2 Mullet Cut 5:39 1,442
3 Crowley Dissertation 0:48 567
4 Bill Gates 5:50 727
5 Red Eyed Wonder 6:11 653
6 I Ain't No Adobe Hut 3:31 531
7 Bubble Boy 0:59 506
8 Sheets 4:57 795
9 Manhog's Day in the Park 5:48 475
10 B.H. Goes to a Freak 5:06 505
11 Sex Doily Intro 3:44 347
12 Sex Doily 5:07 479
14 Nahmani 3:19 457

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  • mesalazinum

    adore this stuff

    21 Sep 2010 Reply
  • gakko

    Their second album from 1997. A reviewer at amazon said this: "Industrial noise garage thrash Pacific Northwest out funk jazz--that's what we've got here. The inimitable Skerik (of the Taint Septet) with Matt Chamberlain (drum set, Taos drums, table, idiot guitar [?], lap slide, loops, screaming, percussion) and Brad Houser (basses, bass clarinet, screaming) link up to purvey weirdo/accessible sounds of the first water. This music strikes me as much more dynamic, vital, and interesting than, say, Secret Chiefs Three. For one thing, there's such a genuinely freakish sci-fi, horror movie soundtrack vibe (e.g., "Mount Blasta," "Crowley Dissertation," "Bill Gates") as to make these guys almost a class unto themselves. Plus, Matt Chamberlain has a brilliant world-funk approach to his drum kit and percussion. Additionally, they've managed to snag this completely outrageous garage jazz/punk vibe, analogous to the best pulp science fiction, or perhaps William Gibson at his most expressive."

    24 Apr 2009 Reply

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