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Offend Maggie

by Deerhoof

Offend Maggie by Deerhoof

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Offend Maggie

by Deerhoof

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Label: Kill Rock Stars
San Francisco's coolest nerds lift Free's "All Right Now" -- note for note, practically -- to open their nine zillionth record here, applying now trademark sugar-sweet vocals and daring you to recognize what they're up to. A perfect ploy, but you can't help wanting singer Satomi Matsuzaki to break off a strutting Paul Rodgers impersonation to go with it all. No matter: Offend Maggie has some of the wind-milling guitar moves that made Reveille so monumental in 2002, and there is bass fuzz galore for folks not so into the quiet parts.

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San Francisco's coolest nerds lift Free's "All Right Now" -- note for note, practically -- to open their nine zillionth record here, applying now trademark sugar-sweet vocals and daring you to recognize what they're up to. A perfect ploy, but you can't help wanting singer Satomi Matsuzaki to break off a strutting Paul Rodgers impersonation to go with it all. No matter: Offend Maggie has some of the wind-milling guitar moves that made Reveille so monumental in 2002, and there is bass fuzz galore for folks not so into the quiet parts.

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About This Album

San Francisco's coolest nerds lift Free's "All Right Now" -- note for note, practically -- to open their nine zillionth record here, applying now trademark sugar-sweet vocals and daring you to recognize what they're up to. A perfect ploy, but you can't help wanting singer Satomi Matsuzaki to break off a strutting Paul Rodgers impersonation to go with it all. No matter: Offend Maggie has some of the wind-milling guitar moves that made Reveille so monumental in 2002, and there is bass fuzz galore for folks not so into the quiet parts.