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ASSOCIATION AREA (Can): "Stop Motion Hasbeen" MCd 1998 s/p

Review by: Necrogoregrinder | 01/01/2000

 

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Damn. I think it's easier to review MORTICIAN than a band like this. From the very package and artwork, the band's something absolutely unusual, makes me feel like when I browse through used records in stores and I end up in the experimental/noise/prog sector. Makes me feel so fucking ignorant so you've been warned, I am not the best person to describe this music, but I think I'll give it a try. The cover is some sort of brown carboard which folds out in a lyricsheet... lyrics are either so full of those American sayings that I am not able to get any meaning, or my poor English completely casts me off of the play, I dunno, I can say it's the sort of brainy stuff you read in bands such BOTCH, ICEBURN or LIVEFLIESONFLESH, I tried a bit but gave up immediately. Take it the way you want, I feel more comfortable with more clear cut stuff, yet this Cd makes my head spin trippy, like the last two NUCLEAR DEATHs, sometimes it's almost jazzy with clear cut drum and bass, slow paced and crystalline, sometimes the vocals get shrilling high, sometimes sounds like harmonized with a radio noise effect , sometimes it gets the paranoid grunge feel of SLEEP... dunno, if we had to rate the sheer braintwisting folly of ASSOCIATION AREA, I don't think MR. BUNGLE would fall far off, anyway, just like the few bands which play this way, a matter of identification is difficult and it's their stronger weapon in the market of carbon copied bands... they want to play it weird, and like to let the listener try to identify it... is there something more frightening that that you can't catallog and understand? Whatever, I feel unstelled and a bit anxious when listening to this stuff.

 

Tracks (4): 1 - Tuck pack 2 - Steakwater 3 - Kaiju Flick Nights 4 - Grandular Cement