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1 review »We've been long time fans of The Rebel here at t' towers. I'm glad I'm sat down here typing about their new bizzar-a-thon on Junior Aspirin as I've just been sent on a wild goose chase for something and I'm near mental collapse. Firstly, nice to see the juxtaposition of a can of spesh & a big fat preening swastika on the darkly subversive sleeve art. Inside the music is designed to get under your ... »

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The Incredible Hulk by The Rebel
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9/10 Brian Staff review, 19 February 2010
We've been long time fans of The Rebel here at t' towers. I'm glad I'm sat down here typing about their new bizzar-a-thon on Junior Aspirin as I've just been sent on a wild goose chase for something and I'm near mental collapse. Firstly, nice to see the juxtaposition of a can of spesh & a big fat preening swastika on the darkly subversive sleeve art. Inside the music is designed to get under your skin, comin atcha initially like a lo-fi bontempi slasher soundtrack with these eerie noises (like a disembodied drill & warped audience applause) to add to the menacing aura. Then there's this possessed thing that sounds like a sludgy no-wave New Zealand record from the early 90s: muffled, discordant & weird, it drifts in & out of an aural fuggy stew of tranquilized muttering and bobbing spiralling bass patterns before channeling itself into this psychedelic, robotic post-punk stumbler that would sound perfectly at home on a Messthetics compilation! Now I've been told to go check side 2 out because there's a rather naughty mash up of a popular early 80s goth classic which I'm not revealing. It's like a straight bootleg at till half way through before someone decides to start gently hacking & looping the song to the point where you think you're going insane. It's one of my fave tunes from the era but I don't think I'm EVER going to be able to listen to it ever again. The last track i'll comment on from this heady sonic concoction is the fuzz-saw/psychedelic/folk-rock poetry of 'Riding In the Sun' which is a truly bizarre & wonderful song. Early Floyd, Pete Um & Wevie Stonder all rolled into one twatted bundle of transient, shifting experiMENTALism. What a nutty trip from this former Country Teaser!

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