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The Bob Lazar Story

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Westminster (3:06)
2. Suhmassshh (0:14)
3. Threadkiller (1:32)
4. Ghost of Foodstool ft The Sefton Knowledge (3:57)
5. J-Rod's Pigeon Ladyshapes (0:32)
6. Day Off More So (2:13)
7. Funniest Cat Video Ever II (2:26)

Total Time 14:01

Line-up / Musicians

- Chris Jago / drums
- Mike Fudakowski / bass
- Matt Deacon / guitars
- Tanya Didham / vocals

Releases information

Self released July 13, 2014

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Review by kev rowland
4 stars Looking at their Bandcamp page, I can see that Matt Deacon describes his band as "Purveyor of tritonal wankery, The Bob Lazar Story hail from Christchurch, NZ and offer you an oasis of ProgMathsyFusion to soothe your weary earholes". I've been lucky enough to hear both their albums, and their first EP, with this one following in 2014. Seven songs, with a total playing length of fourteen minutes, this is even more eclectic and brilliant than normal! One could argue that this is a close relative to Zappa, while I have also seen someone describe their music as "a tasty cake of dribbly madness". Chris Jago has an incredibly important part to play behind the drums, making them much more of an in your face instrument, very much in keeping with jazz, than one may expect from a rock act. Mike Fudakowski has a similar role with the bass, and they both try to keep up with the manic Matt on guitar.

They are all obviously off their rockers, as this music is hard to describe, yet also always makes total perfect sense. It is melodic, controlled, easy to listen to, yet takes King Crimson to whole new level. Why these guys aren't huge I will never understand, but until the world sits up and takes notice, us in the minority will smile and nod knowingly that these guys are musical geniuses

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