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Think Tree - Like The Idea - Caroline Records - CARCD 17, Virgin - 262 649

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B0002BHOSI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,228,297 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Christine F. Stewart on June 10, 2002
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Think Tree's music is really unusual, but it's also spectacularly surreal and listenable. Like The Idea is my second favorite album (behind 8:13, which very, very sadly isn't in print) and the last released by the band before their collapse. The music and odd, jarring rhythms will draw you in, and the odd but intriguing turns of phrase will stick in your mind like porcupine quills.
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This, the second CD from the Boston freaks, is a compelling piece of brilliance. It spans every bridge concievable, from Zappa-esque country in "Rattlesnake", to techno-funk in "Eye For Eye". The musical mastery displayed on Like The Idea is greatly improved from their first release, Eight/ Thirteen, whose song "Hire a Bird" recieved moderate airplay on Boston alternative radio. Think Tree disbanded and reformed in two different bands, Count Zero, whose innovative album, "Affluenza" boasts a German techno version of Joni Mitchell's "Free Man in Paris", and the other band being El Dopa, fronted by Think Tree keyboardist Krishna. El Dopa is predictable and repetitive. Think Tree remains one of the great undiscovered bands of the 90's.
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I had this CD back in High school, until some hoodlum stole my portable CD player with it inside. I was pretty mad, and haven't been able to replace it since. It's funny, cause I've had so many people ask me....you know that song...Holy Cow..(they always sing the same line for me "you worship the thing that goes Moo!") and I have to tell them the story I just told you...I love this CD, and wish I could find it again. I recommend it to anyone, it's kind of old, but it's truly classic. Buy it if you can find it, and if you do find it, email me...I really want to purchase it again!!!!
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