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For a few months in 1998, London-based art crew Regular Fries, along with contemporaries Campag Velocet
and Lo-Fidelity Allstars
were the leading lights of an NME-sponsored movement known as skunk rock. Clumsy pigeonholing condemned the term to an early grave, but skunk rock still proves a pretty accurate description of Regular Fries' addled muse--a feckless, defiant multi-instrumental groove, blunted by the strongest hallucinogens money could buy. Accept The Signal
comes across as far more than pointless Situationist prankery, though. The seven-man cavalcade that constitutes Regular Fries have a way of placing the ridiculous next to the sublime with some consistency. Thus, the hyper-surreal lyrics of "Dust It": "Grew up with Ku Klux Dan / Looks like a Chinaman" whispers one member. "Are you a figment of my imagination? Or am I a figment of yours?" bellows another. And set to a maelstrom of doped breakbeats, bongo drums and squealing space-rock effects pedals, it all makes peculiar sense. --Louis Pattison