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MUSIC
Continued from Page 4
"Where, Where the Hell is Bill?" and'
"Take the Skinheads Bowling." Un-
fortunately, what resulted is a bad
album that actually does sound as if
Chadbourne recorded it because he
had to.
The album consists of 14 songs,
both covers and original material, of
differing musical styles, including
Robert Fripp's haunting "I Talk to
the Wind," which sounds vaguely
like Wall of Voodoo and is enough
to make me want to throw myself in
disgust on the edge of my copy of In
the Court of the Crimson King.
The original material isn't any
better. "Fayettenam" sounds like the
music from the soundtrack of Rais-
ing Arizona, while "Evil Filthy
Preacher" could have been funny -
the lyrics certainly are - but Chad-
bourne's voice is too nasal and
throaty.
The production of this record is
murky, and its worst song,
"Psychedelic Basement" [sic] sounds
as if it were recorded there. In short,
this album is a series of irritating,
discordant remakes and outtakes,
with absurd lyrics that are sung as if
Chadbourne is trying to swallow his
tonsils. If you enjoy this sort of
"experimental" music, you'd be bet-
ter off obtaining a copy of Camper
Van Beethoven's last album.
-Ian Carnpbell.

VOLUME 6, NO. 18

~the Micigan DaiIt

M A G A Z I N E

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Ms. Gerut has been the lead vocalist with Shirim and The Klezmer
Conservatory Band. She is also a principal actress with Joseph
Papp's Yiddish Theater in New York City. She will perform a
program of Yiddish songs (translations provided) from the Jewish
communities destroyed in the Holocaust, as well as original
compositions in English. Tickets are $3 ($2 with student ID).
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Plus:

Laughing Hyenas

Interview: Palestinian Sami Ismai

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WEEKEND/MARCH 5, 1988

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