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Rhinoceroses / Rabbit Noose

by We Is Shore Dedicated

We came into your life, you're looking at this listing right now, because it was meant to be, we dream the impossible dream
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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2. Caetano Veloso
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3. The Rev
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4. Bad Apples/ U.s. Plums
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5. 3rd Love
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6. Lonesome Liar Dancing in the Tree
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7. Kid Nap Attempt
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8. Zebra Polosa
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9. Muncie, In
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10. Kontroll Gun
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11. Botumbles
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13. Things Fall Apart
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This 3rd disc is going to be different. It will sound like the rain, like the tundra and like a jolt of fire in the belly of the beast, throw it up on the grill, I mean sound grill, and hear it sizzle.

Featuring members of local acts the Ebb and Flow, Scrabbel, and Karpov, plus a Ukrainian jazz bassist and a violinist, We Is Shore Dedicated's second record cooks up avant-garde indie-pop at an Eastern European folk carnival. Doesn't quite make sense, but isn't that the point? — Nate Seltenrich, East Bay Express

Reviews for 2nd Disc: Rainbo Donuts: The opening track, "NeVeRew," glides on a simple piano melody, creating an ethereal and dreamlike atmosphere, leaving one to believe that this will likely be your more typical pop effort. Launching into the hyperactive guitar solo of "Tindersticks and the Russian River," however, we discover that all bets are off. Each subsequent song draws from varying genres: waltzy cabaret pop ("Hale Ze"), rustic Balkan ("It's Tails," "Gladiator Cointoss"), experimental jazz ("That Was Pretty Together," "All the Little Sperms"), etc. etc. In fact, much of this album's energy and style can be likened to the schizophrenic Gogol Bordello, only slightly more low-key. Listen for yourself via Huevo Imaginary Records or on the band's MySpace. - the Deli Magazine



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