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The Rebels Not In [KLP081]

by The Halo Benders

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Foggy Bottom 04:40

about

This week in heaven W. Shakespeare and M. Proust are having a no holds bard shoving match to determine who holds the title of literary progenitor of the otherwise completely fresh and original guitar stylings of Doug Martsch and the current set of Halo Benders recordings. On this album Doug wails away on guitar and voice accompanied by Calvin Johnson (also guitar and voice, but with a strong Jackson Pollock influence), Ralf Youtz (playing drums and guitar) and Wayne Flower (bass and drum). Steve Fisk also makes his customary appearance on keyboards, playing on various songs organ, synthesizer, harmonium and theremin. Heather Dunn makes a brief guest appearance on guitar.
The songs here are golden, the ultimate expression of the Halo Benders aesthetic, drum guitar vocal weave.

A K Essential.

credits

released February 10, 1998

Bass, Drums – Wayne Flower
Design [Sleeve], Artwork [Collage] – Marc Fischer
Drums, Guitar – Ralf Youtz
Engineer – Diana Arens
Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Keyboards – Doug Martsch
Keyboards, Theremin, Harmonium – Steve Fisk
Photography By – Tae Won Yu
Producer – Phil Ek
Vocals, Guitar, Engineer – Calvin Johnson

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The Halo Benders Olympia, Washington

Out of the basement rock n' rule that is Dub Narcotic Studio it comes. Doug Martsch visits Olympia from Boise bringing a guitar and other battered ideas. Calvin Johnson sang and played along. Other Boisians-in-exile like Ralf Youtz and Wayne Flower contributed to the melee. Steve Fisk played keyboards through ancient amplifiers helping sort it out at the mixing console. Heaven sent with halo bent. ... more

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