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Love's Dead Leaves

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Insecurity Smasher
  2. Paradise
  3. Paint It Gold
  4. Silver Threads
  5. Thursday's Child
  6. Not The Same Girl
  7. Never Enough
  8. Flying Up Into The Floor
  9. Ballroom Of The Unawake
  10. Face Out Of Phase
  11. 16 Story Reflection
  12. Another Mile Away


Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 22, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Get Hip Records
  • ASIN: B00000J630
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #519,095 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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If your like the Howlin' One, more often than not you find great disappointment when listening to any modern band that proclaims to be a garage band. If it isn't thinly veiled hard core punk played by greasers with tatoos and chain wallets, it's purist b.s. by a bunch of fools that think all music exists only in the year 1966. Well, if these are frustrations you feel as well, here is the perfect perscription to help wash all that crap away. The Loons, led by chief Ugly Thing Mike Stax, deliver a sound that is the perfect hybrid of introspective "Forever Changes" era Love and "Sorrow" era Pretties. Sprinkle on top some slabs of nasty nuggetesque punk and you got all the bases covered. Now despite the heavy influence of the previously mentioned bands, this is by no means a copycat record. These guys have some brilliant originality and I don't think they are really confused about what decade the currently live in. This music is modern and fresh just as it is classic and timeless. This is the best Lp that GetHip has released in years! I had almost given up on that label entirely but this release, along with the Conqueors and Mr. Zero releases of last year have kept the flame burning for a bit longer. Cheers to Mr. Stax and co. for churning out this brilliant Lp and let's hope for more and any chance to catch it live.
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Who would have known that Ugly Things publisher and label chief, Mike Stax, would have an alter ego, stunt double, or whatever he is, singing and writing brilliant old school garage/psych songs for a little known, but amazingly talented band, The Loons. On this, their 1999 debut album (cd, pardon the old school jargon) on niche market, cuttting edge label, Get Hip, Stax and friends do their take on classic 1960s classic rock. Always interesting, amazingly versatile, the band is just too talented to go unnoticed. Stax's vocal on original songs written by he and guitarist ERic Bacher lead the charge. But behind his voice and Bacher's guitar, are incredibly versatile instrumentation. To be found here are slide guitars, harpsichords, harmoniums, sitars, autoharps, vibes, hammered bass strings, harmonica, pianos and organs along with the usual bottom end bass and drums. Literally everything except the kitchen sink. Wait a minute what was that I just heard? Well, you get the idea. These guys the are truly talented musicians playing inspired original tunes. The twelve track, 46 minute masterpiece has no weak link. Honest, its that good! You've never heard of the Loons? Don't feel alone. I happened upon them by complete accident, then perusing the liner notes was shocked to see the familiar name, Stax. No, not the record label, but rather the above mentioned writer, record label owner and all around rock music authority Mike Stax. After obtaining and listening to to their 2004 Ugly Things release "Paraphernalia" I was pleasantly shocked to find out that I had not happened upon a one off band, but rather had been listening to the sophomore (not sophomorish) release of this absolutely delightful, incredibly talented band.Read more ›
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