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John Bellows - he certainly does. Especially on the second track 'Travel On' which has the most incredibly screechy lovingly out of key vocals I think I've ever heard. What we have here is madcap American dusty eccentricity which recalls marvellous West Coast wierdos Thinking Fellers Union Local 282. A crazy band of misfits who to my eternal excitement have been invited by the similarly indeb ...

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Clean Your Clock by John Bellows
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9/10 Clinton Staff review, 21 January 2011

John Bellows - he certainly does. Especially on the second track 'Travel On' which has the most incredibly screechy lovingly out of key vocals I think I've ever heard. What we have here is madcap American dusty eccentricity which recalls marvellous West Coast wierdos Thinking Fellers Union Local 282. A crazy band of misfits who to my eternal excitement have been invited by the similarly indebted Animal Collective to play their upcoming All Tomorrows Parties curation - miss em at your peril. To the uninitiated its Appalachian post Beefheart lollops, growled shouty vocals, lo fidelity strum and back porch blues all rolled into one marvellous ball of fun. Also think of Ween, Caroliner, Daniel Johnston, (early) They Might Be Giants, Crabstick. Its consistently great at times hilarious, disturbing, angry but always tuneful in the lopsided way of the early 90's lo fidelity greats. Highly recommended.


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