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Starving Weirdos


Label: Weird Forest Records

Format: Vinyl LPx2

Genre: Experimental

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AWESOME!!!!! What’s going on here? Well, a couple sides of Self-Hypnosis were recorded in a concrete racquetball court (and a couple of sides weren’t) which has been mysteriously transformed into the legendary Black Ark Studios and Lee Perry is going NUTS with the ol’ echo effects. A tiny clatter in the background suddenly rushes up to your ear-bones, magnified into giant sheets of rubberized steel plates which bounces as high as you are. The backwards flow-motion is set on fire as the storm approaches. Various liquids are aerated while dub insects skitter about the killing floor. Little crashes, hither and thither, mostly between the buildings — not causing much damage at all. Oh oh, those voices sound pretty serious. Time to go? Nope. These here farming combines sure are hard to start up but, boy, when they do you’re in for a thrashing. Ham radio on rye. Moldy rye. Mutter all you want and loop it, why don’tcha? The other two side are not rock and roll or hoochie-coo. The mystery is killin’ me! Is that a giant wet thumb rubbing on a window? Aren’t you the big man, buster! I like how the guitar gets sucked into a vortex and then keeps popping out and scaring me. It’s all bone saws and throwing stars. Ducks and covers. And where is that humming noise coming from? Oh, now I get it. Awesome! Lemme play this again! —Dennis Yudt




Cat. number: weird 48
Year: 2010

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