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Let There Be Blurt Volume 2: The Body That They Built to Fit the Car
 
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Let There Be Blurt Volume 2: The Body That They Built to Fit the Car

19 April 2010 | Format: MP3

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It's always too easy, when considering the Blurt entity, to lapse into cliche; reaching for the tired old 'Surrealist' label or comparisons to James Chance, for instance (I do it myself).
For the record, I think Ted Milton is, as someone once described William S. Burroughs, stark raving sane. His lyrics and poetry have a biting, absurdist edge and his vocals and sax playing, while operating in areas covered by the good Mr Chance and Captain Beefheart are, finally, inimitable.
This 2nd "best of" covers late period Blurt and bloody good stuff it all is, too. If you listen carefully, you can hear Blurt extending its soundscape to include Afrobeat and High Life while still sounding utterly individual. Some of my favourite Blurt songs are here, including "What's Happening To You, Milton?", "Machina Machina" and "Aboule Ton Fric". This is an enhanced CD, so you get two wonderful promo videos, too ("The Body That They Built To Fit The Car" and "Machina Machina").
Ted Milton will go down as one of those great English contrarians such as Mark E. Smith and should have achieved national treasure status.
Blurt + SinglesThe Factory RecordingsLost Chance
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