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Crazy Clown Time [Explicit]

Crazy Clown Time [Explicit]

7 Nov 2011
4.5 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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Whether you like David Lynch or not, one thing you have to admire is his independent spirit and vision. He has a way of making work that couldn't be made by anybody but him. His artistic vision is unique and fascinating and he appears to use whatever medium he feels is appropriate to convey his ideas.

"Crazy Clown Time" is a dark and haunting record that plays well late at night, especially if you're driving. Although this is an album of music you can't help but feel that the songs would fit really well in one of Lynch's films.

For the most part it consists of slow blues rhythms with creepy reverb heavy guitar and distorted vocals from Lynch himself. His voice, instantly recognisable, may or may not put some people off. I personally think it works really well whether he's singing or narrating his lyrics.

Some people have misleadingly mentioned this album being Lynch's attempt at dance music but this isn't the case. Certainly the single Good Day Today has a dance beat but it's too melancholic and strange to fill the dance floor. There are plenty of electronic and ambient touches throughout however but more for atmosphere than anything else.

The production is fantastic and it almost feels like the band is right there with you as you listen. The percussion, whilst slow, is really effective and surprisingly hard hitting, driving the songs along with purpose. The guitar, played by Lynch, adds drama and tension to the laid back bass lines.

Lynch will always be known as a filmmaker first and foremost but this album really stands out as something in its own right and it's a shame that some people may dismiss it as an unnecessary distraction.
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That it takes a sixty five year old brilliant film maker to teach the rest of the bland formulaic money minded cretins currently suffocating the creative life out of the music industry, speaks volumes for David Lynch and is a damning indictment of what the majority of contemporary music makers are about in these X Factor and Pop Idol infested days of appallingly bland and functional dross. The 71 minutes of music on this album takes you on a journey to every place known to mankind and equally to places and experiences yet to be explored. From the lows and highs, from the sewers to heaven and back, from the gutters to the brightest stars. To Love, happiness, hell, pain, suffering, elation and misery alike, this record is a remarkable achievement even by the great mans impossibly high standards Crazy Clown time works our minds and senses relentlessly and re lives many points and places within our life times. This record breathes, sweats, bleeds and repeatedly jars the mind into thinking. All that aside, it is a truly great record from a truly great man. Lynch takes you for a 71 stroll around his surreal, brilliant and madcap sound scapes and puts the average stadium rockers well and truly on the scrap heap. High Flying birds, Snow Patrol, Coldplay?
I don't think so and Radiohead need to start looking over their shoulders, with music of this strength, depth and quality around giving us all a very overdue wake up call. This record is absolutely extraordinary in many ways, words, and weirds, and re awakens the human inner self within us,warts and all and from our dull, westernized, screen gazing, consumerist, obsessive life. Senses Working Overtime and Life Changing are just two of this extraordinary records strengths and achievements.
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As a long time Lynch fan, I was somewhat sceptical about the coolest director of all time releasing an album with his own vocals singing and writing lyrics.

As it stands, Crazy Clown Time is by far the most magical, dark, beautiful, esoteric and hypnotic album of the year. And in my honest opinion, the best. It's certainly one of the best produced.

Remember the Radiohead 'album' that came out this year? Well, frankly that's kind of lame in terms of avant garde experimental music in comparison. It was a huge let down, for many Radiohead fans. As an EP, it was certainly interesting, but they haven't made any follow ups to it of yet, as there are rumors there were going to be in parts.

This is a truly remarkable album, but to be frank, it does help to be a fan of his films. If your not, your missing out on something very special.

Lynch has really proven now to be by far one of the most interesting and unique visionaries of our time, and the most surprising. Truth be told, as a 'singer' he's not one to reach the high notes and low notes with exact perfection, if at all. In fact, his singing on the track 'Good Day' (the most accessible track on the album, but to me it sounds far too chart) is somewhat questionable. But that's besides the point. It's the character in the voice that matters. The lead singer of Captain Beefheart and Ian Curtis of Joy Division, weren't exactly great singers either, but within the context of the musicianship and the sounds the band create, it becomes a true tour de force (Forget Simon Cowell's opinions of what a true singer should sound like, able to hit the lows and highs with a voice strong enough to penetrate large arenas because he's just an idiot who knows nothing).
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