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Nod

Radio Giddy-up

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SLR33
Track Listing:

1. One More Time Yeah
2. New One
3. Love Is On Fire
4. I Love It Too
5. Water Down
6. For Me For
7. The Point
8. 3/4 or Tree Fort
9. Beefy
10. Pathetic Ditty
11. Ditty

Nod's sophomore SLR effort, 1999's Radio Giddy-up, was an even more realized batch of too-tremoloed post-garage goo, whose undulating grooves resemble early Talking Heads in that you simply can't believe folks this white manage to get this funky. The dry as bones production magnifies the crisp snare snaps, cymbal static, crusty guitar grease, and the rubber band-est bass this side of Bootsy. Moments like the single-string Verlaine-on-'ludes riffage of Love Is On Fire, the infectious gang vocal coda of For Me For, the vacuum-sealed unison stutters of New One, and the Beefheartian bramble of Beefy, make the best case for the the band's uncanny knack for assimilating and expanding on what's come before. Getting the trad. stuff right (and using the right trad. stuff), yet also adding to the vocabulary in ways only an inspired misappropriation can.


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Track Listing: 1. One More Time Yeah 2. New One 3. Love Is On Fire 4. I Love It Too 5. Water Down 6. For Me For 7. The Point 8. 3/4 or Tree Fort 9. Beefy 10. Pathetic Ditty 11. Ditty Nod's sophomore SLR effort, 1999's Radio Giddy-up, was an even more realized batch of too-tremoloed post-garage goo, whose undulating grooves resemble early Talking Heads in that you simply can't believe folks this white manage to get this funky. The dry as bones production magnifies the crisp snare snaps, cymbal static, crusty guitar grease, and the rubber band-est bass this side of Bootsy. Moments like the single-string Verlaine-on-'ludes riffage of Love Is On Fire, the infectious gang vocal coda of For Me For, the vacuum-sealed unison stutters of New One, and the Beefheartian bramble of Beefy, make the best case for the the band's uncanny knack for assimilating and expanding on what's come before. Getting the trad. stuff right (and using the right trad. stuff), yet also adding to the vocabulary in ways only an inspired misappropriation can. For information on accessing download, click HERE.

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