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1 review »Jackie O Motherfucker, I like these sometimes but they're quite an unpredictable bunch.. Their weirdy folky bits on albums like Fig. 5 I'm particularly into but I do think they do droney psych oddness rather nicely too. Ballads of the Revolution starts off with the former, living up to its title with melancholic songs sung over quietly experimental sounds, merges slowly into the former (culminatin ... »

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Ballads of the Revolution by Jackie O Motherfucker
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 03 July 2009
Jackie O Motherfucker, I like these sometimes but they're quite an unpredictable bunch.. Their weirdy folky bits on albums like Fig. 5 I'm particularly into but I do think they do droney psych oddness rather nicely too. Ballads of the Revolution starts off with the former, living up to its title with melancholic songs sung over quietly experimental sounds, merges slowly into the former (culminating in a hefty jam that just manages to steer clear of Wooden Shjips/Grateful Dead-eqsue hoariness) before returning to tenderness for the final track. I can think of few bands who do the offbeat mountain range Americana thing quite so well.


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