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Portland's Quasi serve up another fine indie pop/rock album; slighty bluesly, slighty psyche, with lots of rock and a poltical stance. The sentiments are there, but in a poetric way that's not overbearing or cliche. Two people laying down their discontent with the state of the nation never sounded quite so pop-rock-good.
|1. Hot Shit|
|2. Seven Years Gone|
|3. Good Time Rock N Roll|
|4. Master & Dog|
|5. Drunken Tears|
|6. Sunshine Sounds|
|7. Mama Tried|
|8. No One|
|9. White Devil's Dream|
|10. Good Times|
|11. Lullaby Pt.2|
Well, well, well. Malcontent, Sam Coomes, is so much full of vitriol these days, he ruins this album with his tiresome leftist rantings. Read morePublished on September 21, 2005 by Acroyear
I liked Quasi better when they kept their noses out of politics.
This album, aloof left-wing politics aside, just leaves a bitter taste in the mouth. Read more
I got a freaking grip on this album, and it stinks. Sam bin Laden, oops, Sam Coomes and Janet Weiss can't write em like like they used to. Read morePublished on October 26, 2003
I agree, "White Devil's Dream" is racist. Calling an Anglo-American president a "white devil" is something the Taliban would do.
This album is pure bilge. Read more
"Bombs fall like rain," whines Sam Coomes in the aloof "White Devil's Dream". Of course, as Coomes "eloquently" puts it, the "White Devil" is the eviiil, WHITE, conservative G.W. Read morePublished on October 9, 2003 by Nancy Pelosi