Sleepytime Gorilla Museum

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Original post

Posted by John Barleycorn, 24.05.2006 - 15:24
This is an interesting (at least on a first listen) avantgarde act from United States. The make really eclectic and chaotic music with really strange concepts, being influenced by dadaism and futurism, and also some kind of strange reversed evolutionary claim that human beings are de-evolving actually.
I can´t say whether I like them or not because I need to listen to them more but at least they try to create something different which is already a good thing in my eyes.
13.03.2009 - 23:29
Lush McGee
Written by Dane Train on 13.03.2009 at 23:19

Written by {aud}devil on 13.03.2009 at 22:24

In Glorious Times rocked my sox!

I've got that album playing over the house speakers right now!

I'm listening to it right now too! isn't it just effing grand!!!??
Awesome sauce, chicken boss!
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14.03.2009 - 11:35
I just checked and they are still touring around in the US.
But I really think they should go back to Europe or make a new album and then go back to Europe!
Damn, can't wait to see them live again!! They are so awesome.
14.03.2009 - 14:55
Would really like to see this band live. Their music is just so weird and great

Dreams are made so we don't get bored when we sleep
15.03.2009 - 11:26
I think it's one of the best live bands I've seen.
20.12.2009 - 19:06
the stranger
First time I gave them a liste, didn't like them that much, thought it was too forced. But, a couple months ago I listened again to Grand Opening & Closing. It me blew me away.
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