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Fury Town

by Tunnel of Love

a stew of gothic burlesk, junk pop, and bordello piano vamps
Genre: Rock: Goth
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2. The Womb
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3. Shifty Shambles
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4. Drop Dead Delilah
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5. Electric Fury Town
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6. Ether
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7. Good and Lit
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8. The Blackness
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9. Amphibians
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10. Good Advice
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11. Fever Dream
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12. Bordello Song
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13. Bruise Colored Moon
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14. 98 Snakes
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15. Last Ride Intro
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16. Last Ride Of The Snake Oil Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
primitive HOPES
and MURDEROUS
insticts on a lost COAST.

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:::FROM some early reviews of FURY TOWN:::
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(my best Italian translation)

"the third album of his "skewed musical design" that, personally, I see as a nice soundtrack for a horror psychobilly-gangster story from the '40s: try to think of "Once Upon a Time in America" by Sergio Leone, but in place of J. Woods and R. de Niro are two zombies"

"an album to listen to in pin stripes with a sawed-off shotgun ready."
--Mr. Moonlight, ERBA DELLA STREGA
(WWW.ERBADELLASTREGA.IT)



"resplendent with hollered vocals, seasick tempos and cheap liqueur. (probably)"

""Good Advice" is a persuasive song, with a creepy undertow. Wagner has cast himself as sly seducer and devil's advocate at once. Musically it proves that psychobilly isn't dead, it just smells very odd."

""Bordello Song" lives up to its title, and is sleazy as hell, with saloon piano and a perverted vocal. Wagner's a twisted kind of genius."
--Anna Maria Stjarnell, LUNA KAFE
(WWW.LUNAKAFE.COM)


"Probably the easiest way to get a grasp on Tunnel of Love's eccentric sound is to imagine the Cramps, only obsessed with trashy pop and obscure film soundtracks rather than rockabilly and exotica. "

"The seventeen tracks here are mostly pop tunes and soundtrack bits driven by insanely cheap keyboards and an overdriven guitar sound that shouldn't work in this context, but does marvelously nevertheless; the songs are catchy and well-crafted"

"while the skillful application of diseased sounds and teeth-grinding guitar dissonance are fun to hear, it's the unabashed catchy pop at the core of these songs that make the album worthy of attention."
--RKF, THE ONE TRUE DEAD ANGEL
(WWW.MONOTREAM.COM/DEAD)


"'Good And Lit' groans and sounds like a bike trying to rev in Hades, or a Birthday Party Link Wray tribute down a well. 'The Blackness' swims through choreographed cuteness as anything similar to Del Shannon's 'Runaway' ought, if it were re-recorded by gnomes, and 'Amphibians' is a post-Twin Peaks guitar-infested wildlife soundtrack. Ideas abound throughout this record and 'Good Advice' is a confident sinister cackle"

"It's a ballpark where zombies and clowns are waiting on the perimeter, where you're all alone and regretting going out so late. It's a world of skewed noir so tilted at an angle everything is in danger of dropping over the edge, and that's why it's captivating."
--MICK MERCER, ex-PANACHE, MELODY MAKER, RECORD MIRROR, etc.
(WWW.MICKMERCER.COM)

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**THE follow-up to 2004's UNDERNEATH ARE PHANTOMS**

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AT NIGHT, Jeff Wagner makes music and art as THE TUNNEL OF LOVE. He looks through microscopes during the DAY.

Jeff is a veteran cast member of Circus Proboscis. He played in noisy bands in the 1990s [Sharking Teeth, Jumpknuckle].

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