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Attention Please

by Boris

Attention Please by Boris

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Attention Please

by Boris

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Label: Sargent House
Probably the least aggressive, most atmospheric music these Japanese iconoclasts have coughed up, Attention Please is mainly a vehicle for the sleepy, breathy, Bjork-y murmuring of guitarist Wata. She's always in the forefront, variously mixed atop billowing trance-tronics (title cut), flushed-toilet machine swirls ("See You Next Week") and reverberating lounge pulsations ("You"). Even the guitars tend toward shoegaze metal, though "Tokyo Wonder Land" punctuates its relaxation session with buzzsaw noise spurts and "Les Paul Custom '86" gets some blurry glam-punk gurgle going

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Probably the least aggressive, most atmospheric music these Japanese iconoclasts have coughed up, Attention Please is mainly a vehicle for the sleepy, breathy, Bjork-y murmuring of guitarist Wata. She's always in the forefront, variously mixed atop billowing trance-tronics (title cut), flushed-toilet machine swirls ("See You Next Week") and reverberating lounge pulsations ("You"). Even the guitars tend toward shoegaze metal, though "Tokyo Wonder Land" punctuates its relaxation session with buzzsaw noise spurts and "Les Paul Custom '86" gets some blurry glam-punk gurgle going

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Probably the least aggressive, most atmospheric music these Japanese iconoclasts have coughed up, Attention Please is mainly a vehicle for the sleepy, breathy, Bjork-y murmuring of guitarist Wata. She's always in the forefront, variously mixed atop billowing trance-tronics (title cut), flushed-toilet machine swirls ("See You Next Week") and reverberating lounge pulsations ("You"). Even the guitars tend toward shoegaze metal, though "Tokyo Wonder Land" punctuates its relaxation session with buzzsaw noise spurts and "Les Paul Custom '86" gets some blurry glam-punk gurgle going