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Lycaon Pictus

by Lycaon Pictus

Synth-Punk. Art-Rock. Songs of the Apocalypse.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Post-Punk
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1. Full Moon Howl
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2. Let Me See You Now, Let Me See You Later
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3. The Goat Gets In
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4. History of Music pt. 1
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5. Egad
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6. Big Building
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7. You Belong To The Dark Side Now
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8. Lycanthropy
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9. Natural Disaster
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10. Blood Is In The Air
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11. The Waiter
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lycaon Pictus continues to follow the struggle between dog and man with their third, self-titled album. This album balances their stripped down, minimal synth punk, experimentation, and quiet songs.

"An art-punk /synth/bass/drums band. The moog-meets-Brian Wilson songs are supported by John Bonham-esque drumming & Holger Czukay-isms."

Parasol Records

"Aaron Diskin used to play with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' kinetic, stinging guitarist Nick Zinner, but Mr. Diskin's music for the synthesizer-bass-drum trio Lycaon Pictus is darker, recalling the apocalypse imagined by forerunners like Pere Ubu."

Laura Sinagra, New York Times

"Brooklyn art-punks Lycaon Pictus once would've fit just fine on Ralph Records, though how their deranged dirges creepy-crawl though post-nuclear slime owes as much to Pere Ubu as to Tuxedomoon."

Chuck Eddy, Village Voice

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