"deadbeats on parade"
City: Los Angeles
Label: Sympathy For The Record Industry
Time: 36 min.
Style: Avantgarde Punk
Great band in the classic Dangerhouse tradition which record nothing... and all at the same time: avant-garde, free jazz, punk rock, parody, new wave, prog rock and probably more things... Guitarist Geza-X had a solo career and worked as an ace rock producer. Pat Delaney (sax) would later be seen in Bpeople and Romans. They started in 1976 and disbanded two years later but reformed and recorded its old stuff plus new songs in this album entitled "deadbeats on parade" in 1996. Its music style is hard to describe moving from punk to jazz to new wave and even some kind of free improvisation and rare rhythmic section (drums, percussion. The band recorded a live concert one year later and a second studio album in 2016, on double vinyl and making complete free jazz, free improvisation and experimental music.Discogs , Lastfm , Download , Punky Gibbon