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Red Snapper

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Regrettable
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Mountains and Valleys
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Ultraviolet
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Heavy Petting
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Dnipro
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Hot Flush (Sabres of Paradise remix)
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Odd Man out
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The Quiet One
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The Tunnel (live)
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4 Dead Monks (live)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 54:03

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cog71

will it be thrills, kills, a curl of smoke and glimpse of leg before the camera cuts away? This is not your average electronica band - in spite of tracks 4 and 5. A band that performs as such - as much Mingus as Moby, though Portishead might be the more appropriate electronic comparison. originally released in 2003 - this fish stays fresh a lot longer than three days. prove it to yourself with a listen to tracks 1-3, 6-10.

They Say All Music Guide

This 2003 release denotes something of a return to action for this rather talented, acoustic-electric trio. In addition, this outing features seven new pieces amid some older works, and two live tracks. The band really shines through in its multi-layered blend of EFX-driven dance beats and jazzy grooves to complement an abundance of melodically tinged hooks. Effectively, taste is the measuring stick here, as the musicians’ shrewd arrangements feature synth horns, quaintly organized treatments, and contrasting themes. No filler material here, thank you! It’s an intelligently produced effort, consisting of polytonal works framed upon ostinato motifs, reverberating keyboard-based choruses, breezy guitar licks, and more. They even manage to align various genres such as American folk, worldbeat rhythms, and techno stylizations into various sequences and ethereal soundscapes. Essentially, few working units of this ilk successfully merge disparate elements into something so cohesive and idiosyncratic. A finely crafted program for sure! – Glenn Astarita

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