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Live, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. 800 Ghost Dance (00:48)
2. 200 Deuces (2:52)
3. Conspiracy Keanu (3:08)
4. 800 Tetra Melos (3:55)
5. Oh Me Gee (4:15)
6. No/500 Pentagrams (4:54)
7. OO 700 (3:22)
8. Gary Bucey (4:53)
9. 600 66 (5:33)

Line-up / Musicians

Barrett Tuttobene - Guitar
Richard Ray - Drums
Nick Van Meter - Bass

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Review by progaeopteryx
2 stars Famous in Japan, but live in Pasadena... The duo of Barrett Tuttobene (guitar) and Richard Ray (drums) is joined by bassist Nick Van Meter for a recording of this concert performed at the Terrace in Pasadena on March 8, 2012.

I found this group's debut album a harsh-sounding affair, while their 2013 studio album was an impressive instrumental guitar rock album. This live offering falls in between both studio albums as a download on the band's Bandcamp page. Interesting enough, it features songs from both albums. The music is as energetic as the studio albums, but unfortunately suffers from a poor recording and what seems to be a crowd of a dozen people (?). Alas, experimental music suffers from this sort of thing.

Anyway, this one is as harsh sounding as the group's debut (which has a bit of a sloppy, demo feel to it). I would recommend starting with their 2013 album before downloading this. For fans only.

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