Marcelo Radulovich | Vertigo At Lunchtime

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Vertigo At Lunchtime

by Marcelo Radulovich

"We are carried along on groves (waves on a beat) and the stories and incantations come through in Spanish and English, an international music full of emotional dictation and subtle observation that provides a chronicle of life and it's layers." N.C.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Vertigo At Lunchtime
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2. Cacti Party
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3. For My School
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4. Manicomio Que Comio
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5. Crow Squawk
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6. Comunistas
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7. Bone in the Meal
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8. 20 Doses
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9. En La Plaza
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10. Homeless Things
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11. Globo Globito
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12. Why
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13. Elvis Pelvis
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14. The Sonar Wonder
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15. Good Good
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Marcelo Radulovich is an auteur. On his latest album Vertigo at Lunchtime, and like it's very
immediate predecessor Mercurio, all the sounds, words, ideas, songs, artwork and production
come from the same source. Mercurio and Vertigo feel connected in a fraternal way, perhaps
Mercurio represents evening into night and Vertigo at Lunchtime springs into life at dawn and takes
us through the daylight hours. The opening track (and album title) is every inch the driving song
with the listener emerging into a bright new morning full of twisting possibilities. ( "everything is A
Ok cos' something good always turns up"). The mood is upbeat, positive, the melodies are delirious
and catchy but we are being taken on this jaunt with an eye on the undertow, the underground
tributaries where a good time can be thoughtful, introspective and surreal.


We are carried along on groves (waves on a beat) and the stories and incantations come through
in Spanish and English, an international music full of emotional dictation and subtle observation
that provides a chronicle of life and it's layers. we experience school thoughts (a nostalgia) , food,
a life lived by the sea by the desert by the city in the wilderness...

"Manicomio Que Comio" has a driving metallic rhythm and a melody line that is whistling catchy.
Marcelo's vocal intones in Spanish the virtues of Bob Dylan and Hank Williams. We are led into
private fascinations during "Why" the surreal science of Elvis Presley myth in "Elvis Pelvis".

We visit some twisting roads where the automobile must slow down and enter the shade,
"Globo Globito" and "En le Plaza" give us a howl in a study of vocal harmonies, it's a meditation
and turns the spell into Fall colors. Before long we are back on to the clear nursery rhymes of
Replacement, chimes sing and the music rolls along wave after wave , a bouncing tripping groove
laden melting pot of styles and loving rhythms.

I want to mention the burlesque, the cheerleaders chant in "for my school", a soaring vocal performance
that gives each song it's lofty elevation. How about peddling, a virulent vaccine, diamond overalls,
llolipop crack and 20 doses of that.

The album resists the distant lamplights itchy glow as the day wanes!.

I believe this album is so absurdly accessible, so humbly articulate, so ridiculously moving and catchy,
it has the stature of a Pynchon novel or the finest Vonnegut."
Neil Carlill (Delicatessen, Me Me the Moth, Lodger)

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