M.C.C. (Mouthwatering Claustrophobic Changes) by The Rebel

Vinyl LP £12.49 ASP012

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M.C.C. (Mouthwatering Claustrophobic Changes) by The Rebel
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8/10 Brett 30 April 2009
The Rebel did that funny Andrei Tarkovsky-monikered LP what had the guy's wang out on it and now they've got a new one called MCC (Mouthwatering Claustrophobic Changes). It's all over the place but literally loads of fun. The first tune's an Kraftwerkian electro-tronica party banger and elsewhere you've got crazy Radiophonic-y analogishness, bad keyboards played by frenzied malfunctioning robots, sinister sampling, weird plonking electro-acoustic disturbo ballads and god knows what else.. It's a bit mental but much more poppy and accessible than it probably sounds on paper. In terms of pure variety and entertainment you're going to have a hard time topping it. Funny lyrics too. The title track nicks from 'Tomorrow Never Knows' and according to the press release which I've just read one of the songs deals with Dave Gilmour being a twat which makes it even more of a winner. Winnar!



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