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  • Audio CD (January 14, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Loose Groove Records
  • ASIN: B000003R1G
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #405,866 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pacific Northwest weirdness rules June 11, 2005
Format:Audio CD
One of my all-time favorites

Industrial noise garage thrash Pacific Northwest out funk jazz--that's what we've got here. The inimitable Skerik (of the Taint Septet and lots of other projects) together with Matt Chamberlain (drum set, Taos drums, table, idiot guitar [?], lap slide, loops, screaming, percussion) and Brad Houser (basses, bass clarinet, screaming) link up to purvey weirdo/accessible sounds of the first water.

This music strikes me as much more dynamic, vital, and interesting than, say, Secret Chiefs Three. For one thing, there's such a genuinely freakish sci-fi, horror movie soundtrack vibe (e.g., "Mount Blasta," "Crowley Dissertation," "Bill Gates") as to make these guys almost a class unto themselves. Plus, Matt Chamberlain has a brilliant world-funk approach to his drum kit and percussion voicings. Additionally, they've managed to snag this completely outrageous garage jazz/punk vibe, analogous to the best pulp science fiction, or perhaps William Gibson at his most expressive. Mona Lisa Overdrive, indeed.

Fans will be thrilled to learn that all their discs will soon be back in print, as they've gotten the rights back and will be reissuing them in the summer of 2004. Plus, their latest, Stampede, will be available Sept. of 2004 from Ropeadope.

I'm a fan. Big time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of my all-time favorites June 22, 2004
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One of my all-time favorites
Industrial noise garage thrash Pacific Northwest out funk jazz--that's what we've got here. The inimitable Skerik (of the Taint Septet and lots of other projects) together with Matt Chamberlain (drum set, Taos drums, table, idiot guitar [?], lap slide, loops, screaming, percussion) and Brad Houser (basses, bass clarinet, screaming) link up to purvey weirdo/accessible sounds of the first water.
This music strikes me as much more dynamic, vital, and interesting than, say, Secret Chiefs Three. For one thing, there's such a genuinely freakish sci-fi, horror movie soundtrack vibe (e.g., "Mount Blasta," "Crowley Dissertation," "Bill Gates") as to make these guys almost a class unto themselves. Plus, Matt Chamberlain has a brilliant world-funk approach to his drum kit and percussion voicings. Additionally, they've managed to snag this completely outrageous garage jazz/punk vibe, analogous to the best pulp science fiction, or perhaps William Gibson at his most expressive. Mona Lisa Overdrive, indeed.
Fans will be thrilled to learn that all their discs will soon be back in print, as they've gotten the rights back and will be reissuing them in the summer of 2004. Plus, their latest, Stampede, will be available Sept. of 2004 from Ropeadope.
I'm a fan. Big time.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Genuinely weird June 22, 2004
Format:Audio CD
It's not that easy to make original music, music that proceeds from certain precedents, but essentially stakes out its own territory. Borrowing from garage, thrash, ambient, and jazz, Critters Buggin has managed to create a new music that is more than the sum of its parts.
One of the finer discs in my collection. Highly recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars record # 2 and they keep getting better July 17, 1998
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Format:Audio CD
A much more focused record than "Guest". This is my favorite of the two. The same fluid yet wriggly drumming and bass foundation with excellent weird samples and Skerik's mad effected whale of a saxaphone skronk!
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5.0 out of 5 stars All without guitar September 4, 2001
Format:Audio CD
Hi there, if you happen to be reading this review, chances are you are familiar with Skerik, Brad Houser, or Matt Chamberlain or are just curious and were recommended this cd from a previous editorial. This combo of musicians from the Pacific Northwest have created their own formula. Make music when we want to and how we want to. They have total artistic freedom and are able to fill up the spectrum with a gambit of sounds and textures.
Skerik wails on the sax while Matt and Brad's rhythm can wander off at any moment and then stop on a dime and come back in as tight as a drum (no pun intended). I highly recommend this disc to any person who considers him/herself a tolerant listener who can handle strange breaks in the grooves, little to no lyrics and weird audio samples over the top. For those of you who know Matt Chamberlain from Tori Amos or Brad Houser from Edie Brickell, be prepared for a HUGE difference. Literally nothing like the former for either musician.
If you like this, check out Ponga, other Buggin cd's of course and early MMW (say Friday afternoon in the Universe). Good luck and I hope you enjoy, God knows I do.
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