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The Ottawa Bros - Duck Soup

The Ottawa Bros Duck Soup
The Ottawa Bros - Duck Soup
(CD) Cast-A-Blast CAB104, 2008-06-09

Tracklisting :
01. He Gets The News
02. Fuzzy Logic
03. Afro Slinky
04. The Marble Militant
05. Save Dr. Jay
06. Shoot That Pig!
07. Trouble In The A.M.
08. Maybe Later
09. Another 7even Seconds
10. The Eleven
11. Bone Agent
12. The Selector
13. A Good Will
14. C'mon You Target
15. Spoonbender
16. Wheels? Check!

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Press Release :
Picture this: in a story of foul play with a strong hint of irony and exaggeration, the flick deals with Henry -our leading character- who is caught in the middle of several seedy transactions… This is the soundtrack to "Duck Soup".

The Ottawa Bros shared a similar interest in music and film. There is a common, easy to define thread here: ranging from a retro mood emanating from the vault -that '60s and '70s sound-, to more neo funk beats and attitude-filled riff-o-rama, that stay clear from the pop song formula and other fixations. What is stitched-up here, is a crusty blend of percussive breaks, afrobeat grooves, cinematic scapes and even the occasional psychedelisized swing to pseudo funky/rocky/jazzy flavors.

Dj Oxocube, the extractor, ties it all together for the soundtrack. A hideous amount of editing, processing, programming (and de-programming) was involved in the process. No cheese here... just "Duck Soup".


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