Sun City Girls – “Kaliflower ” – [Abduction]
Another blast from the prolific Sun City Girls. Most of the tracks exhibit their trademark
eastern influences with lots of chanting, an emphasis on percussion, and twisted,
psychotic instrumental workouts. A couple of the tracks, however, have an almost
‘normal? pop/rock sound. Yes, this is probably their most accessible release to date, but
it is still great. Hopefully, those of you who’ve been scared by their previous releases
will now give some airtime to one of the most innovative artists going. One of the best
releases of the year. Play! DL
Note – This is an archival review. This CD was originally added to KFJC’s library in 1993.
It is a long-running tradition at KFJC for DJs to add their own comments to these ‘official?
reviews. As a matter of historical context and plain ol? ‘purient interest?, these comments
(mis-spellings and all!) are provided below.
Fukin’ Grate Record – Angus Grim
This is definitely more accessible than their previous material that I have heard. Tracks, 1, 2, and 7 are pretty cool. – Slade Grantham
you heard it 20 times on kfjc! most recently:
- 38 days ago, Bryan Chandler played And So the Dead Tongue Sang
- 2838 days ago, Ophelia Necro played The Venerable Uncle Tompa
- 3339 days ago, Surfer Rosa played And So the Dead Tongue Sang
- 3621 days ago, pArcel pOst played Cigar Shaped the Moonlight
- 3797 days ago, Cadillac Margarita played Cigar Shaped the Moonlight
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