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Old 10.15.2008, 04:24 PM   #59
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Originally Posted by tesla69
Ben Goldberg "While there's very little groove in their music, there's a whole lot of soul, mostly around the anguish of living in the modern day. It's a sophisticated angst which cuts right to your bones, stripping you down to a complete self-awareness of your own despair."

i'd say there's a pretty strong groove in the dead c, tracks like Bitcher, Air, or most their live album Repent are completely dominated by the rhythm. granted they don't play like that all the time, but when they do i'd put them in the same league as groups like Can or Neu in terms of groove.
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