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Horror Crash Puzzle

by The Bright Room

mean little mean tunes w/ chix reading bible verses somewhere around where radiohead collides w/ tom waits. they’re harsh like a 3-penny opera trolly car rattling down tracks laid by a blair witch live-feed horror show.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. prima lux
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2. amerigo
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3. blowback
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4. trust me i know
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5. everybody needs to stay alive
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6. empty at two
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7. eden
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8. reveille
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9. little dogs & station wagons
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10. scratches
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11. travelin' show
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12. bells & whistles
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Rita D. Lowitt, M.A.

Absolutely original, a no nonsense complex record! Proceed with caution: musical
hcp-horror crash puzzle: a brand new album just released by kahan james and bo anderson;
mixed by barry goldberg

This is a no nonsense record-- a literary and social statement, a compatible blend of two separate personalities and talents.

Albeit a debut album, it is mature, interesting, unique, whimsical, surprising, secretive, and revealing. It exhibits striking originality and versatility.

Mostly upbeat, the music sucks me in. The down, dark, and dirty, suck me in too. It is strong music, (not timid), with a plethora of variety and differing musical genres. Sobering lyrics are underscored by snappy melody and harmonies. This marriage of opposing and paradoxical elements supports and enhances the listening pleasure.

Confusing too--hard to follow! urging me to listen more closely. The more I do, and pay attention, the more I “get it,” the more I “open up”--intimately and personally. I am surprised, pleased, and contented.

Pauses throughout the record thrust me back into my own self-reflection. Quite suddenly and just in the nick of time, I am recalled, pulled back into the music. When I’ve totally forgotten I was listening at all (what with the 12th “hidden track!”) I am re-awakened, re-vitalized and drawn in once again.

What a kick! What a great record!

(I suggest listening to it over and over and over again while reading the lyrics periodically. Eventually it all hangs together--poetically, politically, playfully.)


what the music scene needs
It is so refreshing to hear music that was made because it needed to be made. Not music that tries to get a record contract, please the masses, procure groupies, be ultimately played in elevators and supermarkets (although that probably would be a good thing and help in the effort of deconditioning the masses - sorely needed considering most people run around like human batteries feeding an ever greedier consumption machine).

This music is different. It wanted to be made and put out there even before the HCP guys knew it and (ab)used them brutally as its mouthpiece.

This music brings change. If you can listen through this record and you are the same person you were before you listened to it, you missed the point. Listen again.

Get yourself a copy and try it. It works. It motivates to go out there and make your own kind of music, sing your own little song, dance to your own drum. The world needs art badly right now. The drones need waking up. Art needs to reclaim that function and in the case of this record, it did...
Go get it.


haunting and humorously hopeful
This is a must hear!
Perfectly knit together electronic childlike tones with a raw gut rock and roll.

Edo Castro Bassist and Composer

"imperceptible" musical artistic license
This is a woven montage of reflective and poetic verses with an "imperceptible" musical artistic license. Each track is beautifully simplistic, eloquent and perfect.
The lyrics are seemingly whispered to purposely draw you in. At times I'm reminded of Duncan Sheik (Listen to Eden), Eric Satie/John Cage (Prima Lux) and The Residents. (Listen to Little Dogs & Station Wagons!) Do I understand this music? Well not exactly, but then again words like anger, sadness and love are poor constructs that attempt to describe the complexities of the soul. Do I relate to this music? Indeed.

Ms. Dyana Valentine

The story opens with a gong, a calling to sit up tall and take a breath. The craft of the tale is as captivating as the laboratory itself. Creeping into you, making you wonder, as the structure supports you all along. Thank you for creating the venue, permitting us to have agency as spectators and showing us what-for all at once. This record changed me and I'll always forgive you for it. Ms. Valentine