Muchos Backflips! | Curtains i Tell You

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Curtains i Tell You

by Muchos Backflips!

If you like a little Metal in your Spy-Jazz, this is the album for you.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. El Zilcho
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2. Night Blaster
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3. Curtains i Tell You
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5:52 $0.99
4. Fortress of the Frogs
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5. Damselfly
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6. Bullridin'
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7. Worst Episode Ever
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8. Afta Afta
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Album Notes
All tunes written by Winston Barrett..

Tracked and mixed by Winston Barrett at Cucuy Productions in Austin, TX. The exception(s) being drums, as well as some vocals, guitars, and bass on Bullridin’ and Curtains i Tell You, which were recorded at Aarlyn Studios (AKA MediaTech) by Matt Kaspar. Mastered by Casey Clemmons at Univac Labs. Produced by Winston Barrett, Bruce and Christy Bush, and Justin Lasiewicz. Artwork and layout by Winston Barrett. Photography by Justin Martinez.


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Apparenty highly underrated by schmucks
I don't know what this other person rating this album has up their wazoo, but I'm sure it's pretentious hipstery. Just three stars? This is one of Texas' most severely underrated bands, and that probably means also in Austin. I love this album, and the band is (was) even better live. Very sad that the faux-hipster scene in Austin results in bands like this not continuing to exist. Great musicians stretching out for the honest oddity, resulting in a dark and beautiful, sometimes King Crimson-esque prog feel, but with a Texas-mexicano horn flare.

Greg Beets

Texas Platters - Vinyl Bin - The Austin Chronicle
Scan your ticket and climb aboard this wild ride channeling Edgard Varèse by way of Frank Zappa and Mike Patton. Muchos Backflips! specializes in mostly instrumental avant-rock incensed with cinematic jazz-creep horns skittering though Herb Alpert-like bullfights, Ennio Morricone spaghetti Westerns, and Tom Scott cop shows. Lengthwise, the local quintet's songs range from 60-second blips ("Night Blaster") to rollicking, eight-minute epics ("Fortress of the Frogs"). The latter's narrative reaches a high point with a suspenseful trumpet solo from guest Margaret Whitt. Animators and game designers, take note: This piece demands a companion visual.