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Box Fetish

by Drums and Tuba

Our first record.. 1997
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Does it Suck to be You
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2. The Inspector
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3. Adventures of Poo Poo and Pee Pee
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4. Carrots
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5. Loteria
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6. Open Case
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7. Kuc to Luc
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8. Gimpel the Fool
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9. 5.24.94
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10. In Case
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11. Meat
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12. The Butcher
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13. Tuba Song
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14. No Good with Words
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15. Close Case
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16. Curtains
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17. Brief Case
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18. Out of Case
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19. Pete's Dance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Box Fetish reiterates why this trio continues to cause such a sensation in the more cerebral quarters of the rock world, chugging along far under the mainstream radar. Tony Nozero's precise and thundering drums goad the multiple personalities of Neal McKeeby's guitars, while Brian Wolff's double B-flat tuba perambulates and oompahs across the jarringly irregular compositions.

(on both cd's - the flying Ballerina and Box fetish-as a re-issue package:)

Both CDs have new artwork as well as three bonus tracks apiece, those on Box Fetish offering more of an abstract breakdown than the complexly timed instrumental surges of the rest of the album -- only natural, as they were recorded three years after the original. And as Ballerina finds Nozero on a bit of sax and vibes and Wolff on a couple extra horns himself, as well as covers of Mingus and the Minutemen, the end cuts here reflect this expansionistic tendency, stretching into funky breaks and even some rare, purely melodic guitar parts. This tuba band ain't no novelty, and these reissues ain't no rehashing. And if you didn't already have them, the bonus tracks are almost worth the years of deprivation.


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