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Head -Deluxe- [Original recording remastered]

Jesus Lizard Audio CD

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5.0 out of 5 stars Noise. Yes! 9 Nov 2009
By Daniel Stout - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This remastered version of Head and Pure sounds great. It pops! The Jesus Lizard, of course, are one noisy band, and this CD is meant to be played loud. Pure was their first EP, and Head was their first full-length album. Classic material that sounds better today than it ever did. Some people feel Head is the best Jesus Lizard album, and they might be right. But you should also check out the other remastered discs -- Goat, Down, and especially Liar (Deluxe Remastered Reissue). This CD is especially interesting because there's stuff here that sounds like nothing else they recorded. A song like "Blockbuster" is totally unique and memorable. It stays with you. Highly recommended.
3.0 out of 5 stars nice ! 30 Aug 2013
By Amoon Daal - Published on Amazon.com
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wonderful album, maybe not the most evident Jesus Lizard one. Oh, and taxes from US to EU are killing me. next time i'll be locally.
5.0 out of 5 stars The Sleaziest. The Best. 28 Dec 2012
By blue - Published on Amazon.com
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One of my favorite albums of all time, HEAD is the best Jesus Lizard album by far. Raw and just dripping with sleazy, grimy debauchery. "If you had Lips" has the most dizzying guitar fills of any song. Yow is sooooo deranged on this album. This whole album feels like a two-week bender of the most nauseating kind.
The PURE EP is okay. Sorta blah. I think the drum machine makes it feel a bit dated but this is the only album you get to experience that, so.... "Blood Mary" makes it PURE worthwhile.
5.0 out of 5 stars Like a punch to the gut 8 Aug 2010
By hired goon - Published on Amazon.com
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Head is the sound of getting wrapped up in a headlock by a deranged madman while he repeatedly punches you in the gut. This remastered Head/Pure release really is quite something, a bruising, eminently replayable set of songs which still sound as vital as ever. As the inside cover says: 'For the most part, a good time was had by all.' Who am I to argue with that?
5.0 out of 5 stars Cranial damage never felt so good! 22 Nov 2009
By Stargrazer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"Head," of the four Touch And Go releases, really benefits the most from being remastered -- and maybe this is obvious, since it's the oldest and documents the band still forming their signature sound and honing their songwriting. But the sound really jumps out! Opening track "One Evening" has some vocal growls and other sounds in it I had never noticed before. It's great to hear this seminal record with so much texture and depth.

As with the previous CD version, the "Pure" E.P. (which predates drummer Mac McNeilly; the band instead relies on an Alessis drum machine to supply their stuttering rhythms) is bundled together with "Head." "Pure" was the bands actual debut, with its slightly electronic/clinical studio sheen giving quite a different listening experience to live favorites like "Bloody Mary" and "Blockbuster."

It could be said that the 3 bonus tracks on "Head" are the slightest offerings of the reissue series, but then no fan should be without the "Chrome" medley, a burning pit of noise with tribal, stomping drums and Duane Denison's razor-like guitar burning out an abrasive proto-punk riff. The other two live tracks were previously available on the "Lash" triple 7-inch, great readings of "Killer McHann" and "Bloody Mary," with McNeilly very present and in fine form.
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