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Re: Eric's Trip \!/ Brownie's
- Subject: Re: Eric's Trip \!/ Brownie's
- From: margie\!/stim.com (Margie Borschke)
- Date: Wed, 08 May 1996 12:17:20 -0400
At 4:01 AM 5/8/96, Crazy Pablo Roren wrote:
>WOW!!! What a show!!!
>Well, Merengue from Florida wasn't very good,
I totally disagree. I liked their sound: very layered, kinda noisy. Sure
they weren't as easily accessible as straightforward pop, but they made (to
be corny) a beautiful noise.
They're on Cherry Smash for anyone who's interested.
>but Home (also from
I thought they were a little too straight forward. I went and bought a
lovely gown during their set. (True! Its champagne coloured with sequins
and beads--I got the special late night price of $15!!!)
>and Number One Cup (from Chicago) totally made up for that...
Loved the drummers voice (although the hello kitty drum kit was a bit much
and they might learn to use that voice synthsizer thing a bit more
effectively. Liked the Fall-sounding tunes).
Eric's Trip have one hell of a live sound...you East Coasters (the Canadian
>ones, you know who you are) are so lucky to get to see them more than
>once in a blue moon...THey should really put out a live album or something...
They were impressive. The last time I saw them was a million years ago (or
1992) when they opened for Sonic Youth in a venue that was way too big for
them. The more intimate Brownies and a few years more experience are good
on them. It was a happy happy show. I picked up the Broken Girl single
finally. Sup-pop is supposed to be distributing it here but they're not
doing a very good job of it. For shame.
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