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Baby Teeth

Baby Teeth

December 22, 2008

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 18, 2008
  • Label: Stickfigure Records & Tephramedia
  • Copyright: (C) 2008 Stickfigure Records & Tephramedia
  • Total Length: 37:21
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  • ASIN: B001Q8APSW
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #334,662 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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"Post-punk, dark wave provocateurs, Feeding Fingers return with 'Baby Teeth', the follow-up to their widely-acclaimed 2007 effort 'Wound In Wall' yet another fine disc of stripped and naked minimalist post punk... immediately tells the listener that the skies have turned gray, the leaves are turning brown, and snow clouds are billowing on the horizon 'until the end of time... 'Baby Teeth' is the quintessential winter disc for cold and rainy December afternoons... sad, but somehow celebratory tones... mournful and lovely... successfully channeling some of the better moments from Depeche Mode with all the Curfman touches fans have come to expect on a Feeding Fingers disc... maintains a mournful, yet peaceful vibe, occasionally channeling some unexpected moments (such as the driving claustrophobia and paranoia inherent in the stellar track 'No Movement in Water'), as well as the quiet elegance and impending doom of 'Plain Faced Afternoons'."

- Coyote J. at WRZZ-FM & The Birmingham Weekly (USA)

"... this album firmly places Feeding Fingers in a multi-talented niche of their own... evokes, like none other, the authentic and classic sounds that smacks of The Cocteau Twins, Siousxie and the Banshees and The Cure..."

- Fiend Magazine (Australia)

"... finally a band that has achieved the unachievable: bringing us back to the sound of the early 80's, clearly influenced by bands from that era but without copying. Feeding Fingers has a very distinctive sound of their own with a singer with an incredible voice... I literally had goosebumps when I heard his voice on 'This Isn't Enough', such power but so controlled, wow!"

- Linda Schenkel (Musicmeter - Holland)

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By GipsyRogue on October 12, 2010
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You simply must add this album to your collection. If you are a goth or just slightly darkly inclined, a fan of The Cure, or have a pulse, you NEED this album. You NEED Feeding Fingers in your life. Why? Why? Because Feeding Fingers picks up the slack. If you're a Cure fan, you know what I mean. We all love Robert Smith but many of us long - oh how we long - for a new album that will remind us of Cure albums past... long past. Well... here it is. Far from being a vapid, empty copy, Feeding Fingers fills a void while standing solidly on their own feet. It's impossible not to listen to this album without thinking of The Cure and at times bands like Joy Division. But rather than ringing hollow, you'll find yourself playing Baby Teeth over and over and over and never getting sick of it. There are bands out there making music that appeals to us old school goths who remember when gothic music had guitars in it. Feeding Fingers is one of those bands. Cheer up, gloom cookies. Buy five copies and share them with the distressed and longing Cure fans in your life who gave up hope years ago of ever adding anything fresh to their playlists.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tephramedia on January 27, 2009
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"... otherworldly, angst-ridden, haunting..."
- Coyote J. (legendary host of "The Edge Radio" WZRR 99.5FM) - USA

"...a true revelation to the ears of the undersigned... (Feeding Fingers) is at the top of the new post-punk from the States that combines tribal Batcave old-school, synthetic minimalism and'80s new wave pop... this band combines the DNA of Blood & Roses, Einsturzende Neubatuen and The Killers ..."
- Erba della Strega (Italy)

"... this album firmly places Feeding Fingers in a multi-talented niche of their own... evokes, like none other, the authentic and classic sounds that smacks of The Cocteau Twins, Siousxie and the Banshees and The Cure..."
- Fiend Magazine (Australia)

"...Baby Teeth is an honorable effort to appease those of us who like to have a great time feeling miserable..."
-Evil Sponge (USA)

"... darkly romantic... full of throbbing, single-note bass, alternately soaring and screeching guitar lines, icy-cold drum lines and vocals which are a mourning wail... I like this a whole hell of a lot."
-Gordon Lamb (Flagpole Magazine) - USA

"Here lies a noble attempt at traditional gothic beauty. With an obvious nod to bands like The Cure, Curfman's mournful cries echo in the distance, veiled in a gauze of reverb... standout track "Fireflies Make Us Sick" might as well have been written by Depeche Mode themselves... unusual versatility... Curfman proves he can wallow with the best of them or move you to the dance floor."
-Michelle Gilzenrat (Performer Magazine) - USA

"... distant and shadowy, yet not necessarily pop-averse... makes for perfect listening during post-midnight hours...
- Stomp & Stammer (USA)

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