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The Feelies

Crazy Rhythms  Hear it Now

RS: 4.5of 5 Stars

2009

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These suburban guitar geeks nailed their sound in 1980 with Crazy Rhythms' "Raised Eyebrows": two post-punk guitars chopping up a jagged surf riff, weird percussion clatter, tension building until it all explodes into a climactic power-strum rave with three dudes yelping, "The glory, glory, oh, oh!" in incoherent joy. Rhythms remains an indie-rock landmark, but the less famous Good Earth is every bit as crucial, with the hypnotic drones of songs like "Slipping (Into Something)." Reissues bonus: fantastic covers of the Beatles' "She Said She Said" and Neil Young's "Sedan Delivery."

The Good Earth — Four Stars



ROB SHEFFIELD

(Posted: Sep 8, 2009)

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