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The Go! Team - Thunder Lightning Strike



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The Go! Team - "Thunder Lightning Strike"
(Memphis Industries 2004)

Avec le son d'un pirate des Stooges, sans quasiment aucune basse dans le mix, et son couple de femmes à la batterie (!), The Go! Team s'apparentent à un mélange audacieux entre le hippie-pop des Moonflowers (= entre Beta Band et Danielson Family) et l'inventivité hip hop de The Avalanches (= entre les Beastie Boys et Lemon Jelly), avec un soupçon de Sonic Youth, de Phil Spector et de Jackson 5 dedans. Un sextet anglais à déconseiller à tous les ingénieurs du son (le mix lo-fi est intentionnellement bordélique et volontairement anti-radio-friendly, afin de ne pas sonner comme de la Brit-pop de base), mais à conseiller à tous les furieux du collage musical.
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