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HOG WILD

Radio Massacre International

Progressive Electronic


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Live, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. The Music Box (18:32)
2. Below Zero (19:17)
3. They Go Boom (9:11)
4. Dirty Work (8:43)
5. Night Owls (22:43)

Total Time 78:24

Line-up / Musicians


- Duncan Goddard / keyss
- Steve Dinsdale / drums / keys
- Gary Houghton / guitar / keys

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A Northern Echo effort
NE 016

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Review by Mellotron Storm
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3 stars Another live recording that was from a gig at the National Space Centre in Leicester.This one from March of 2004 while the final track was from a concert the next night in Manchester. Damo Suzuki would play with these guys that night in Manchester when their set was over but none of that is on here. Again, with them being this late in their careers the mellotron is not part of these sets unfortunately.

"The Music Box" is my least favourite and not the best way to start. Synths and electronics lead the way although we do get some guitar 12 1/2 minutes in. Electronics lead again before 14 minutes and it's quite spacey to follow. "Below Zero" is better because of the dark and spacey mood although the light synths over top don't exactly work for me. I like the guitar after 10 minutes then it calms right down and turns spacey around 12 minutes. "They Go Boom" opens with drums and guitar but not a lot is happening here. Guitar comes to the fore after 3 minutes. A fairly catchy rhythm here then the rhythm slowly fades away. "Dirty Work" builds and guitar arrive around 3 minutes. Synths dance around 5 minutes in as the guitar continues. "Night Owls" is the final track and it's from a different concert. Spacey is the word early on then we get this electronic beat 9 minutes in with a spacey backdrop.The guitar comes in around 13 minutes and lights it up. It backs off before 16 minutes.The song slowly fades but stays spacey.

This is well done but not quite 4 stars in my world. 3.5 stars.

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