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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Wheat Hat
2. There's No Trolley
3. My Hand Looks Like A Brontosaurus
4. The Silence of Perez de Cuellar
5. Meat Whores/Glass Eyed and Frankly ft Crazy Legs
6. Foodstool 82

Line-up / Musicians

Matt Deacon guitars
Elad Fish drums
Simon Fox drums
Mike Fudakowski bass
Tanya Didham vocals

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Lucid Bruce Music

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Review by kev rowland
4 stars Matt followed up the 2006 release of '(sic)' with this EP (another UFO reference in the title) the following year. No drum machine here (and in fact there are two drummers credited). This album is even more Zappa-esque than the previous one, with some wonderful bass/guitar/drum interplay as each musician is in perfect sync with the others. There are also some delicate vibraphones in the background at times, which also adds to the feel. This EP is more controlled than the previous one, with a seeming less spontaneity and more thought and layering. Matt has also ensured that everyone has their chance to shine, and there is a wonderfully poignant bass solo in "My Hand Looks Like A Brontosaurus" which is followed by some multi-layered guitars that takes it all to a new level.

In many ways this is music that is incredibly complex, yet in others it is quite simple as it is all about clean lines and demarcation while bringing everything together in a wonderfully warm and non-clinical manner. There are times when everything is almost gentle in its' approach, while at others it is a collision waiting to happen as the notes are flying everywhere yet it always maintains the patterns so that everyone comes through unscathed. This really is instrumental progressive jazz-influenced Zappa-influenced music as its' very best.

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