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BLONDE REDHEAD / FAKE CAN BE JUST AS GOOD
Blonde Redhead - Fake Can Be Just As Good (CD, Album) | Discogs
The third release from Kazu, Simone, and Amedeo. Their sound is as eclectic as their line-up. Two guitars, drums, and vocals. Simple in form, but complex in execution. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Skip to main content.
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Such yakking only grew louder when the group, then a quartet, signed with Steve Shelley 's Smells Like label in for a pair of LPs, and then let the Sonic Youth drummer produce them. But if this stubborn outfit of two handsome Italian-Americans and a pretty Japanese-American doesn't care about being branded copycats, and it seems they don't, then neither should anyone else. Improving with each release, the solid, crashing duo of guitarists and alternating singers Kazu Makino and Amedeo Pace may borrow an ethic, an anti-pop stance, and atonal tension that's super-familiar, but the clean sound, direct attack, and straightforward, tense delivery are all their own. Moreover, there's plenty of room for further exploration in these dark, forbidding, tempest-ridden post-punk seas. In fact, when Makino and Pace get cold, claustrophobic, weird, wired, and chilling with help from borrowed Unwound bassist Vern Rumsey is when they also nearly explode in deep undercurrents: see the best things here, the quietly terrified "Symphony of Treble" and "Bipolar.