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Red Onions [EP]

The Red OnionsAudio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 20, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP
  • Label: Fat Possum Records
  • ASIN: B0002IQGEY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #942,023 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Yes, it burns allright. January 13, 2007
Format:Audio CD
FYI: The band is active, touring when not working on recording, as of January 2007. A friend has seen them in numerous venues at both ends of the US. Although the group has reformed a bit from time to time, the core members singer, guitarist Dante Adrian and wonderful drummer Jeff Ehrenberg have been everpresent. Adrian is a fabulous musician, with a gorgeous wail, rather amazing range... and is a very rounded rock guitarist- one of the best. All his skills are fully in-your-face evident here. Jeff Ehrenberg reminds me of Ginger Baker because of the complexity of his stick work, and the tightness of his joinery with the other elements of the music. So tasteful, interesting to listen to, and different from the alternating-stick sameness of average rock drummers.

Go Kill Mice is a more slashing introduction to them than Tell You What a Baby Won't. (Then when you cannot stand it and must have more of them, Violate a Sundae will give you all you need... until you can't stand it and must have even more.) Probably one of the most consistently good and most entertaining bands, 'live'. Dante is apparently incapable of being anything less than riveting. Their lyrics as much image-painting as they are descriptive, and can be hilarious. By the second listen to the CD, you may simply have it on continuous play! This is the record that you listen to with a good friend, shake your heads and laugh together at how good they are!
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4.0 out of 5 stars The 'Mice' Are Other Garage Rock Bands May 7, 2006
Format:Audio CD
This album burns. This album grooves. This album just plain kills, suggesting to me that the 'mice' are other half-truthed garage rock bands. With the Nuggets rivival comming down slow from its peak, the seemingly tounge-in-cheek Starlite Desperation (fronted by Detroit and L.A. semi-god Dante Adrain) never got the recognition for helping create the scene. "Go Kill Mice" was released in 1999, a good couple years b/f the White Stripes built their first hit with Lego Blocks on MTV.

From the get-go, this album chomps away at the listener's ears with the relentless groove and Jagger-swag delivery of the opening cut "What I Want" which is carried off by a signiture Yasmine Smith bassline. "Gold Rush" is a dirty lean on some western guitar pickin' while other tracks are blended with Stooges-inspired saxaphone. "Do You Wanna Be Here" picks up exactly where the album started off while displaying Dan Peters-like (hear Mudhoney) drum beats. "AC3" is a mature piece of comical yet somehow unfunny lyrical writing matched equally with musical composition - I am convinced it is garage rock's "Every Rose Has It's Thorn". The 8+ minute album capper "Go Kill Mice" plays with an almost over the top intro but quickly resides to an "I don't pretend because I don't care" demeanor. 6 minutes later, a steady low end, POUNDING drums, and some of the most unpretentious guitar soloing ever shows exactly what more proto-punk influeneced bands need to do - stretch out and rock out without career-ending over achievments. 'Kill or be killed' as they say.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest bands out there August 10, 2004
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You will love this Ep. IT'll have you dancing in the Car and singing along. It sounds kinda like james brown, the beatles, the dead kennedies were just thrown in a blender and out came the red onions. It's really good and it's cheep so pick it up. Oh and if you get a chance to see them live. Do it. They can really get a croud going
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