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The Michigan Daily

Friday, October 5, 1984

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Quints, groceries,

and music at the Quad

By Gary Helfand
T he civilian Fun Group, East Quad's
favorite basement band, is back
for their first rootin' tootin' rock-n-roll

show of the year tonight in the Halfway
Inn.
This dynamic group of five identical
quintuplets has been playing their
brand of rip-roarin' hard-rocking music

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in Ann Arbor for two and a half years.
C.F.G. is famed for their hard-dancing
guaranteed fun shows, their finger-
stomping cow-punching music, and
their uncanny ability to impersonate
each other.
Past shows have been played to full
houses of dancing, satisfied customers.
The dancing, as the music, ranges form
brotherly slamming to, the Mexican
salsa; all originals and all fun (all the
time).
Band members are Nick on bass and
Chinese wok, Jake on guitar and mixing
bowl, Lawrence sings and plays trom-
bone and buys the groceries, John on
Guitar and egg-beater, and Dave plays
drums and usually cleans up. Together
these quintuplet brothers play great
rock and roll and claim to make a great
casserole.
This doesn't mean that there isn't
constant class struggle within the band,

however. Singer Lawrence explains:
"If Dave Adoesn't do some dishes soon
I'm going to quit the band. I don't have
to put up with this. It's shoddy."
Despite Lawrence's foreboding quip,
spirits are running high for tonight's
concert. Local bandleader Nosmo King
will be debuting his New and Improved
Orchestra to open the show and King
promises a highly theatrical perfor-
mance. Kalamazoo band Tavia Control
also might play, if they get a ride to Ann
Arbor. These original bands combined
with C.F.G.'s fast moving rock and roll
should result in a show well worth the
one buck admission charge.
The East Quad Music Co-op is
providingthe sound system for the
show. The Halfway Inn is located in the
Church Street entrance to East Quad.
Show starts at 8:30 or so, depending if
the band from Kalamazoo gets a ride or,
not.

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Corner of Maynard & Liberty

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Of interest to drummers

From October 1 through October 13
We will be offering 10% off our already low-priced University of
Michigan merchandise. This is a good chance to show your school
spirit as the Wolverines take on Michigan State on October 6
and Northwestern on October 1 3.
GO BLUE!

What could be better than a drum-
mer's convention?
Regardless of your answer, the Per-
cussive Arts Society will be holding
their annual international convention in
.Ann Arbor on campus.
PASIC '84, as it is called, will feature
percussion soloists, ensembles, and a
wide assortment of percussion in-
struments, music, and, of course, ac-
cessories.

Though most of the events, to be held
November 1 through 4, will be open to
the public, registration and further in-
formation can be obtained from the Ann
Arbor Conference and Visitors Bureau.
Their phone numbers are 367-4098 for
registration and 995-7281 for general in-
formation.
A chance to march to the tune of
several drummers. What could be bet-
ter?

Daily Photo by DOUG McMAHO-
band, will play East Quad in a return

,The Civilian Fun Group, quintuplet1
performance tonight.

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Mori.-Sat. 10-5:3p

Records
Husker Du - Zen Arcade
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It's not funny any more.

Well - and I am beginning to hate the
word well, especially when used in
front of sentences when I can't think of
any other way to start them - it's not

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that it's not funny, but that...and here
perceptual reality begins to really drop
out of a normal scaled environment and
shrink...
Not that this record is small, after all,
twelve big inches (ask your friends)
over two big black discs. But, in hopes
of providing conventional descriptive
commentary let's become dinky...
Planes. Ones that don't fly. Rather
parallelogram space planes that form
an acute angle. Very acute. Shiny
places. Here come the planes.
Ok,.so two shiny shiny metal metal
hard hard sharp. Sharp. Or maybe dull.
For it is common knowledge, and I am
common, that if you cut something with
a sharp instrument it leaves a clean line

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and is efficient and doesn't really gut
and tear and shred and gout and hum
like a dull ragged piece of rust metal.
That is two planes coming to a point.
Speaking of coming to the point.. .there
might not be anything quite so efficient,
about the Huskers (affectionately)
The logic falls way apart,'like deep
holes, if you remember, and I am
telling you to, these guys are not dull
either. But they are thick. Thick like
butchered pig's intestines, all white and
slimy and full of blood, like the cover of
Fangoria magazine.
Now, but they are pretty, too, not
pretty in the sense of delicate, but pret-
ty in the sense of capturing, yea verily
and
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