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cd review: THE BLEAK TWINS

THE BLEAK TWINS cd

THE BLEAK TWINS cd

THE BLEAK TWINS
Lisa Carver & Costes

(1989, reissue)

reviewed by Reviewer Rob

Okay, I’m feeling uncomfortable listening to Lisa Carver’s THE BLEAK TWINS cd that I picked up for $10 by mail. It’s like being transported against your will back to the analog and land line dominated late 1980’s. I wonder how many times this stuff she did with her husband Costes was played on a Sony Walkman by drunken coked out elves. I don’t really wonder that. One listener on Facebook said, “I got a rare copy of this, it was suggested I play it at top volume so I did, the police came to see what the rukus was about.” Lots of screaming and wailing and crazy person babble. Probably meant to be played in the nude. Now I am thinking that Boyd Rice the noize performer must have heard this and initially thought, “I need to make this girl my boner-slave.” 41 tracks of strange and discordant tracks that question the existence of reality as you know it. RR [suckdog.net]

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