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Redd Kross - Phaseshifter (1993)

13-12-2015, 09:04
Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Title: Phaseshifter
Year Of Release: 1993
Label: This Way Up
Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Power Pop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue) / MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 00:44:12
Total Size: 365 Mb / 125 Mb


01. Jimmy's Fantasy (3:45)
02. Lady In The Front Row (3:20)
03. Monolith (4:12)
04. Crazy World (4:31)
05. Dumb Angel (2:57)
06. Huge Wonder (5:02)
07. Visionary (4:03)
08. Pay For Love (4:13)
09. Ms. Lady Evans (2:47)
10. Only A Girl (3:42)
11. Saragon (2:46)
12. After School Special (2:54)

On Phaseshifter, Redd Kross has stripped away many of the '60s and '70s pop-culture trappings that figured prominently on earlier recordings (covers of Brady Bunch and Charles Manson songs, for instance). As a result, the band (basically brothers Jeffrey and Steven McDonald) have brought their strong melodic sense, psychedelic punk/metal mix, and fine harmonies to the fore on standout tracks like "Lady in the Front Row" and "Monolith." The brothers' '70s-TV obsession certainly hasn't disappeared, though, as evidenced by songs like "After School Special" and the Partridge Family-inspired cut "Dumb Angel" (Susan Dey being replaced here by keyboardist Gere Fennelly); but they seem more bent on cutting straightforward and driving, power pop/rock anthems than going in for their '80s-style, HR Pufnstuf form of garage psychedelia, and even the paisley is conspicuously missing, replaced by t-shirts and jeans. Is the shift due in part to the pervasive influence of grunge and Nirvana? Maybe. But one should remember that, as early as 1980, Redd Kross was incorporating the same Black Flag, hardcore stylings that Cobain and company were admittedly inspired by. It doesn't really matter, though, since this album stands on it own just fine, especially considering the inclusion of one of the band's best rockers ("Crazy World") and most rewarding pop tunes ("Pay for Love"). For some great Redd Kross music, get both Phaseshifter and the band's 1997 release, Show World.

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puffscotty   User offline   13 December 2015 09:31

Thanks so much for the Redd Kross!

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lennytessio   User offline   23 September 2016 02:15

Any chance of a re-up? thanks in advance. 3

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