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They haven't invented the labels to describe this music yet (like all the best stuff) but if you like art that's bloody-minded and exists on its own terms, try this. Blurt really are in a class of their own, but anyone who has a taste for Beefheart, James Chance, latter day Tom Waits, Beat poetry or the odd bit of free jazz should find something to get their pulse racing here.
Mr Milton's wordplay is as consistently on the money as ever - reflections on militarism (a Milton obsession of old) and twisted romance vying with his wonderfully Dada lyrical stance. And then there's the free-spirited sax playing, Steve Eagles' ever-inventive guitar (what a fine and woefully underrated guitarist he is ... skewed rhythms, drones, noise - brilliant stuff)) and Dave Aylward on very tribal sounding drums.
'Once More' and 'Block' gives early Contortions a run for their money, particularly with the slide guitar on the former (Eagles channeling Pat Place?), while 'Gerbera' and 'Minibar' could be from the soundtrack to some decidedly odd horror flick. 'The Bells' is oddly poignant, as is 'Once More'. Suffice to say that every track here can stand with the best Blurt material.
And any album that lets you in on the terrifying news that Hell hath no minibar gets my vote.
Special mention must be made of long-time Milton mucker Sam Britton (ace sound tinkerer and one half of electronic duo Icarus) for an excellent production job, conjuring subtle textures here and there while presenting the band in a pristine but never sterile sonic enviroment. And hats off to the wonderful LTM label for their sterling work in getting Blurt material out there.
Don't leave it so long next time, eh, lads?
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stand out tracks for me are 'the bells' 'cut it' 'sweet thames' though i can say i truly enjoy every track on the cd. As a side note, if you're a blurt fan you know the studio cds vanish, so you'd better get it now. look how hard it is to get 'smoke time' or 'bespoke'.