Re: [thewire] Re: Psychedelic Collage
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Sent: Saturday, December 01, 2001 9:27 AM
Subject: [thewire] Re: Psychedelic Collage
--- In thewire@y..., "Vincent Bergeron" <vincent.bergeron2@v...>
> It's done! It started off as an idea like that, but the end result
> stunning i think! I took mostly really obscure samples. garage
> novelty items, built up rock-opera with samples, arty rock, noise
> Velvet, Stooges, MC5... in there).
>wot no MC5?
No, i used garage rock, arty rock stuff, but no big names in the mix (except for Serge Gainsbourg in the previous part).
> Joe byrd and the field hippies - you can't ever come down - The
> under United States Of America which released one of the best 60's
> period. This album is quiet terrible, but this song rule like almost
> everything on the United States Of America. Unique moody
> electronic explorations.
>Thats a major shame. After the USA lp I hoped for greatness >here -so
>you obviously wouldn't reccommend it? Thats not just going to >be down
>to personal taste though is it?
Well, it's quiet not like the the USA lp. Rare electronic explorations, gospel music, no wonderful introspective ballads, but a lot of bad psychedelic like "I Won't Leave My Wooden Wife For You..." on USA lp.
> lollipop shoppe - you must be a witch - Punk music, nothing else.
> sound like 60's!
>This is the guiy who went from the Weeds -mid 60s +I thinbk >name
>changed to this because of record label to currently playing >with
>Dead Moon. I've still got to hear this but I hear its heavily
He also came back with a punk band in the 70's, the rats i think.
Np Psychedelic furs
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