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moth

by laughingstock

Dark, moody, textural rock featuring Chapman Stick, organ, drums and vocals. David Sylvian meets Radiohead.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. * ! ø
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2. White
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3. Waking World
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4. Driving Days
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5. Soul Hurt
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6. Heffalump
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7. Hole
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8. Glow
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9. I'm
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10. Fence
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11. Moth
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Album Notes
About Laughingstock's "Moth", CMJ said:

"Laughingstock, a San Francisco band comprised of vocalist/ Chapman Stick player Alex Nahas, drummer Eric Gebow and organist/trombonist John Brevik, performs a neat trick on [this] album. The group's luxurious hipster groove - which touches on jazz, prog and indie rock - nicely foils its lyrical intimations of mortality. Songs such as "Waking World" and "Hole" could come off as ponderous, high-school-lit-mag verse on paper, but instead, they seduce you into a bright, pulsing mirage. One of the best tunes here is the charming "Heffalump," an instrumental surf noir number with a catchy drum beat and a sinister low-end rumble. If the band can keep its lyrics to spare, evocative strokes along the lines of "Moth"'s "Still believing/You can lift the ceiling," Laughingstock could give Radiohead a run for its quid."

- Carlene Bauer: CMJ New Music Report Issue: 628 - Jul 26, 1999

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