Combination No. 10 | Blue Punctilios

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Blue Punctilios

by Combination No. 10

Surf, rockabilly, noise, jazz, moody atmosphere and a couple of covers.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gutbrain Sound
2:39 album only
2. Yes, I'm Here (The Demon Who Possesses Your Soul)
2:07 album only
3. Sucking Mud
2:55 album only
4. Clovis
0:32 album only
5. Journey Into Guilt
6:07 album only
6. Sleepwalking Cheetah
0:55 album only
7. Obvious
1:32 album only
8. False Bravado
3:36 album only
9. The Poet of Apprehension
1:00 album only
10. Benny
2:34 album only
11. Melisma
3:34 album only
12. Ode to a Vivian Sister
3:05 album only
13. You Really Got Me
1:40 album only
14. Over the Top
1:20 album only


Album Notes
Guitarist Rob Price was a founding member of Dim Sum Clip Job, a strange NYC-based art-rock group that released a CD on John Zorn's Avant label in 1996 (Harmolodic Jeopardy AVANT 051).

Several years after Dim Sum Clip Job broke up, Rob put together the Combination No. 10 project, which features drummer Ara Babajian (Leftöver Crack, The Slackers, Agent 99) and bassist Victor Rice. The music is a mixture of noisy, Boredoms-inspired, Dim Sum Clip Job-ish songs and more moody, atmospheric pieces inspired by Bernard Herrmann, John Barry and old surf records.

A reviewer for Tastes Like Chicken magazine described the Combination No: 10 "Blue Punctilios" record as "14 tracks of some of the most unique and unusual music I've ever heard. They bounce from genre to genre, blending and separating as they see fit. There's mind-bendingly organized noise ("Gutbrain Sound", "Ode To Vivian Sister"), bouncy, manic garage rock ("Sucking Mud"), slow, moody atmosphere-building ("Journey Into Guilt") and even a few furious, spastic cover tunes..."



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