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DESTROY ALL MUSIC

The Flying Luttenbachers

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Studio Album, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Demonic Velocities/20,000,000 Volts (3:49)
2. Fist Through Glass (94a) (3:27)
3. Sparrow's Thin Ict (1:32)
4. Splurge (5:26)
5. (In Progress...) (3:33)
6. Verlag Aus Den 'turbo Scratcher(r)' (5:38)
7. The Necessary Impossibility of Determinism (live) (4:46)
8. Dance of the Lonely Hyenas (6:55)
9. Tiamat En Arc (live) (3:46)
10. Final Variation on a Theme Entitled 'attack Sequence' (2:49)

Total time 41:41

Bonus tracks on 2007 remaster:
11. One - Two Punch (live) (3:41)
12. Improvisation (live) (2:37)
13. Attack Sequence (live) (3:37)
14. Clammer + Sprint (live) (4:55)
15. Coffeehouse In Flames (live) (5:43)
16. Eaten By Sharks (live) (7:28)
17. Throwing Bricks (live) (6:47)

Track 7 recorded live at Lounge AX, Chicago, IL, on September 16, 1994
Track 9 recorded live at Czar Bar, Chicago, IL, on December 3, 1993
Track 12 recorded live at WNUR, Evanston, IL, on May 8, 1993
Track 13 recorded live at Hot House, Chicago, IL, on June 18, 1993
Track 14 recorded live at The Middle East, Cambridge, MA, on August 30, 1994
Tracks 15 to 17 recorded live at The Knitting Factory, New York City, on September 1, 1994

Line-up / Musicians

- Dylan Posa / electric guitar
- Chad Organ / tenor & baritone saxophones, Moog synth
- Ken Vandermark / tenor saxophone and bass & b-flat clarinets (1,4,8-12)
- Jeb Bishop / bass, trombone, Casio CZ synth
- Weasel Walter / drums, composer

With:
- Jim O'Rourke / synth (16)
- Morgan Andrews / synth (16)

Releases information

LP ugEXPLODE ‎- ug06 (1995, US)

CD ugEXPLODE ‎- ug06 (1998, US)
CD ugEXPLODE ‎- ug06 (2007, US) Remaster by W. Walter w/ 7 bonus Live tracks, sub-titled "Revisited"

FLAC download - bandcamp.com

Thanks to Black Velvet for the addition
and to Quinino for the last updates
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Review by Sean Trane
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog Folk
2 stars With such an album, I guess you'll want to stay away, if you are a neo-prog fan, and to be quite truthful, I couldn't blame them for doing so. Generally, I enjoy some off-the-wall music especially in the RIO field, but this band is taking things a bit far, without actually bringing anything new to the debate. This quintet is really about just being as obtuse and repulsive as one can get, by staying in a realms of written music (at least at times) and improvisation. They call themselves Spazzcore and in some ways this is not unjustified, but maybe not the way they'd like the term to be taken.

Not completely devoid of sense, the FL's soundscape is mostly stuff that's been done before, and therefore nothing new under the sun, since the 60's with Ornette Coleman or Pharoah Sanders, but without the brilliance or the sense of reaching beyond themselves. Which of course brings the vital question: why duplicate such obtuse music, if you do not bring something more. I have a hard time believing that it is for the sex & drugs & RnR trilogy, and unless their artistic vocation is to remain "nerds", they are not far from being poseurs, IMHO. In the genre, I've heard much worse and in some ways, the group does what it does rather well, but again, what's the use?

Just in case you're wondering this is usually considered their better album and arguably so, I can say it is the least uninteresting of the ones I've heard, the others not exactly inspiring me words polite enough to be able to write them here and remain to be read by my loyal "readership". Only for those who have a bit too much money and time on their hands. I have neither, and the library at least saved the second.

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