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Half Mute / Scream With A View

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Nazca
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59 To 1
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Fifth Column
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Tritone (Musica Diablo)
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Loneliness
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James Whale
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What Use?
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Volo Vivace
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7 Years
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KM / Seeding The Clouds
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Nervous Guy
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Where Interests Lie
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(Special Treatment For The) Family Man
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Midnite Stroll
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 58:17

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Simon Reynolds is the author of seven books on music, including Energy Flash: A Journey Through Rave Music and Dance Culture, Rip It Up and Start Again: Postpun...more »

04.22.11
Tuxedomoon, Half Mute / Scream With A View
2004 | Label: Crammed Discs / A Train

Signed to the Residents 'Ralph Records label, San Francisco trio Tuxedomoon pioneered a multi-media blend of cabaret, performance art, and moody synth-pop they called "loungezak." World-weary songs like "What Use?" and "7 Years" paralleled the sort of jaded nihilism then being peddled on America's other coast by No Waver icons like Cristina and James Chance & the Contortions. Unlike the latter's sado-masochistic frenzy, Tuxedomoon offered a more languid version of despair, lacing their songs with… read more »

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permafrost154

It's 1980 and I catch a whiff of early Ubu, with less Dave and more 'spherics.