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4.00 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 33% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc One:
Three Things (2:34)
Popeye (2:24)
R. Daneel Olivaw (3:07)
Royal Jelly (5:27)
Rats and Me (4:35)
(She Got The) Bony Cleave (2:22)
Gulf of Tonkin (1:06)
The Boston Crab (2:22)
Tiny Machines (4:27)
Bunnaschidt (4:51)
Kazak, The Hound Of Space (0:54)
One Trick Pony (1:51)
Nag Champ-a-laya (Live) (6:57)
Derby Days (8:30)

Disc Two:
Ballbuster (4:29)
Fickle (3:08)
The Drill (1:18)
Danny (4:24)
The Jester's Theme (Live) (6:47)
James Thresher Industries (0:56)
Welding (4:54)
Stinkytown (4:29)
Clownhead (5:26)
Elba (4:40)
The Elevator Chaser (5:40)
Deneb (2:42)
Clean Up Your Act Son (4:29)
Women Are Kryptonite (Live) (3:01)

Total Time 107:50

Line-up / Musicians

Bob Lord / bass
Rick Habib / drums
Justin Walton / guitar
Tim Haney / drums
Ed Jurdi, Ryan Thomas, Ethan Bessey, Nick Trippi

Releases information

Format: Double CD
Label: Big Balloon Music
Catalog #: BBM1102
Release Date: 12/25/2006

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DREADNAUGHT High Heat & Chin Music ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(33%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Dreadnaught is an entity unknown for me until I got the promo for this double CD compilation.

With a career spanning more than 10 years now they have to be seen as veterans, and their chosen musical field is one they are pretty much alone in exploring, seemingly. The music is progressive and experimental; but with aspects to the music rarely found in other progressive acts.

Most songs are short; and the progressive elements are numerous changes in pace, style and mood in all songs; as ell as mixing elements from different types of music. The staggering 28 tracks on this CD goes from blues based quirky rock to industrial electronica in style, with influences from indie rock, glam rock and country thrown in the mix. Quirky guitar playing is a central element in all songs, and a chunky hard bass in many.

Musically I'd guess fans of Frank Zappa and similar artists will find this quite appealing; as well as others enjoying music not confined to conventional styles and structures.

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