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It was on one of those Best of lists in a free weekly, so I took a chance and bought it. It arrived and I played it all the way through without stopping: an act of sheer will. Then I played it for my 6 yr old who promptly started cursing, spitting up blood and came at me with scissors - I turned it off. Then I recently pulled it out again to listen to, just to see if it was still unbearable and it just wore me down: I finally got it: stop making sense.
Now I play it all the time, I guess that's a good thing Musically amusing for a little while. Haven't listened in to it in years though. I found what he said about music to be quite interesting and I was curious to check out his the style of music he was creating. What a trip! I'm not sure how to describe the songs found on here. The overall feel of the tunes is one of an electronic techno vibe sped up on crack and mixed in with a bunch of pop-culture leftovers.
The first track on the album, "Woody Woodpecker" is a bit annoying, especially since it contains a constant repeat of Woody Woodpecker's laugh over and over and over again.
The song initially comes off as irritating, but then it quickly grows on you. Which is pretty much what the album does as a whole. The big number on the album is "Wham City", a song that goes on for over 12 minutes.
There's the same electronic techno vibe here, but it's hashed perfectly with a whimsy folk vibe including a chorus of what sounds like a bunch of chipmunks on speed singing about a mountain of snow where a fountain of gold flows and something about a giant bear. The two other tunes that are of the most interest are " Snake Mistakes" and "Pink Batman".
It made no sense to me and I really don't like techno music. However, I gave the album another chance and listened to it again. A couple of the tunes started to grow on me. The music is definitely some of the most unusual I've ever listened to, but all of the songs have a great child-like feeling to them.
Yet, it is this very eccentricity that is the album's greatest fault. Of those who would give it a chance, the music here is so different an unusual that it has a very limited appeal.
Nevertheless, I admire Dan Deacon for creating something new hope he continues exploring at the forefront of the musical frontiers. See all reviews from the United States.
Top international reviews. If you love electronic wierdness this is a great ablum. Crystal Cat bursts with energy and Pink Batman lazes around. Some great riffs and harmonies that keep hooking your attention and demand to be listened to.
Stick with it, it's great fun. A way-out classic. Thank you for your feedback. Trippy Green Skull. Snake Mistakes. Pink Batman. Jimmy Joe Roche. Carpark Records. Sell This Version. Mistletone Records. Above him is a luminous green skull housing a strobe light. You would not believe the bass. Dan Deacon on record is a mixed bag. Nor is there a trippy green skull peering down at you. Password Forgot login? Discover Featured Music Videos People. Sign up Sign in. All rights reserved.
Info Connections Comments Shares. Search Myspace Start typing Please try again. Photo from. Deacon's still fond of massed shouting, and the overlapping exhortations of electronically processed cartoon vocals-- and all the pounding of toms and ecstatic chanting can leave much of Bromst feeling like the pagan rituals of some woodland filled with chubby, bespectacled Deacon-gnomes.
But those small changes manage, strangely enough, to change everything -- including the question of the happy crowd. Spiderman felt grainy, cheap, and primary-colored, an overload of cartoon buzz and bodies dancing. The denser, more sedate sound of Bromst shoots off in the opposite direction; it makes Deacon's music feel almost solipsistic, like it's ceased to come out of speakers and now lives deep inside your brain.
If Spiderman was for dancing on sticky floors, Bromst feels better suited to sleeping, or contemplating the sublime, or anything else that happens mostly between your ears.Nov 01, · Spiderman Of The Rings Licensed to YouTube by WMG, [Merlin] IDOL Distribution, PIAS, musicnnewkorea (on behalf of Mistletone); Rumblefish (Publishing), UMPI, LatinAutor, and 13 Music Rights Societies.