||Eleven: Eleven CDs (1992) |
Carl Plaster discography Zedek's emotive voice conceals as much as it reveals, a quality that fits perfectly with the sluggish, psychologically tortured vibe. By some measures, Come might qualify as a slowcore band (guitarist Chris Brokaw had played previously in the ...
||Hell and High Water CD (2003)
Carl Plaster albums It would be easy to lump Virginia by way of South Carolina transplants Throttlerod with the likes of southern stoned rockers Alabama Thunder Pussy or enigmatic groove masters Clutch. But with their second album, 2003's Hell and High ...
||Big Red Letter Day CD (1993) |
Carl Plaster songs It's not the standard musical progression: band goes through a flurry of breakups, band produces their most accessible, most poppy record. However, that's what Boston indie outfit Buffalo Tom did with BIG RED LETTER DAY. The 1993 album ...
||Outside In CD (1993) |
Carl Plaster music CDs Outside In represents a departure from the North Carolina group's debut full-length, Rosemary: This time there's more power than jangle in the group's brand of pop/rock. The winsome melodies are still there, but often buried in the murk ...
||Operation B.O.M.B.A. CD (1999)
Carl Plaster CD discography Principally recorded at Rear Window Studios and Zippah Studios, Brookline, Massachusetts.
This Boston quintet is a spirited hybrid of several decades worth of pop culture. Part surf, part lounge, part spy movie soundtrack, Seks Bomba paints with a wide ...
||Devil I Once Knew CD (2001) |
Carl Plaster albums Devil I Once Knew, Heidi Saperstein's Kimchee debut, is a flinty statement as stark as its cover art. PJ Harvey's influence on Saperstein is considerable. But what the world needs now is more danger in its female singer/songwriters, ...
||Catwalk: Music From The TV Series CD (1994) |
Carl Plaster discography CATWALK: MUSIC FROM THE TV SERIES is the soundtrack to the MTV television show. It contains a mixture of original songs meant to be played by the fictitious band of the series along with a few previously released ...
||Altered States CD (1993) |
Carl Plaster CD discography Though they attracted relatively little attention during the five years that they were releasing albums, Hypnolovewheel left behind an impressive body of work. ALTERED STATES was their fifth and final release, and it stands as a perfect companion ...
||Electric Juices CD (1996) |
Carl Plaster music CDs Fuzzy's second album, Electric Juices, is as light as air. It's pleasant girl pop that falls somewhere between the sweetness of Velocity Girl's Simpatico and the grunge pop of Veruca Salt's American Thighs. Repeated listens fail to elicit ...
||Great Indoors CD (2000) |
Carl Plaster songs Recorded ar Fort Apache and Natural Bionics Studios, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Personnel: Ginny Weaver (vocals, guitar); Chris Foley (snare drum, percussion); Carl Plaster (snare drum); Master Cylinder (programming).
Audio Mixer: Matthew Ellard.
Recording information: Fort Apache; Natural Bionics; Cambridge, MA.
Photographer: Liz Linder.
||Cherry Marmalade CD (2002) |
Carl Plaster CD discography Vocalist From Letters From Cleo & Josie & Pussycats(Film)
Audio Mixers: Scott Riebling; Tom Polce.
Personnel: Kay Hanley (vocals); Mike Eisenstein, Jen Trynin (guitar); Tim Obetz (pedal steel guitar); Peter Adams (keyboards); Ed Valauskas (bass); Paul Buckley (drums); Steve Scully ...
||Pirate Prude CD |
Carl Plaster albums PIRATE PRUDE serves as a fiery, if somewhat crude introduction to Helium, the three-piece Boston indie rock unit with the warped lyrics fronted by singer Mary Timony. On PIRATE PRUDE, Timony sings her sinister, occult-drenched songs of vampires, ...