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No Great Lost: Songs, 1979-1985

by Kevin Dunn

No Great Lost: Songs, 1979-1985 by Kevin Dunn

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No Great Lost: Songs, 1979-1985

by Kevin Dunn

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Label: Casa Nueva Industries
This eccentric Georgian's overdue anthology is arch and itchy, layering '70s Eno loops and staccato jabbering over robotic "96 Tears"-like plinks, yet it frequently comes off thin and distanced -- not that you'll mind much when he's denying fascism to his mom or sending "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" on a satellite ride. By the mid-'80s, Dunn's chug had thickened, sometimes into an off-kilter sort of post-funk; his noise in "Nam" sticks like napalm. Where Dunn really unleashes his berserk menagerie of fuzztone blurts, though, is when turning Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and "Louie Louie" inside out.

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This eccentric Georgian's overdue anthology is arch and itchy, layering '70s Eno loops and staccato jabbering over robotic "96 Tears"-like plinks, yet it frequently comes off thin and distanced -- not that you'll mind much when he's denying fascism to his mom or sending "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" on a satellite ride. By the mid-'80s, Dunn's chug had thickened, sometimes into an off-kilter sort of post-funk; his noise in "Nam" sticks like napalm. Where Dunn really unleashes his berserk menagerie of fuzztone blurts, though, is when turning Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and "Louie Louie" inside out.

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About This Album

This eccentric Georgian's overdue anthology is arch and itchy, layering '70s Eno loops and staccato jabbering over robotic "96 Tears"-like plinks, yet it frequently comes off thin and distanced -- not that you'll mind much when he's denying fascism to his mom or sending "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" on a satellite ride. By the mid-'80s, Dunn's chug had thickened, sometimes into an off-kilter sort of post-funk; his noise in "Nam" sticks like napalm. Where Dunn really unleashes his berserk menagerie of fuzztone blurts, though, is when turning Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and "Louie Louie" inside out.