posted by Luchi 77 at domingo, mayo 20, 2007

Misfits Meet The Nutley Brass
- Fiend Club Lounge.

(Re-subido) The first thing you need to understand about this release is that it is meant to be tongue and cheek. It's not meant to be a serious interpretation of the Misfits music, it's not meant to destroy everything that the Misfits stand for; it's just meant to be fun. It is worth noting that it's quite impressive how the Nutley Brass was able to transform the Misfits music from heavy punk rock into shiny elevator music. "Last Caress" sounds like a classic game show theme with its combination of percussion, trumpets, and tubas. "Astro Zombies" never sounded so chipper with its xylophone accents. "Where Eagles Dare" has a Middle Eastern tinge to it, and sounds like something Goldie Hawn would have danced to during the breaks on Laugh-In. "Some Kinda Hate" could have easily fit in with the musical Grease or any Frankie Avalon movie. "Teenagers From Mars" has a cartoon-ish feel with its xylophone heavy tones and scat-style vocals. Eerie space sounds, heavy brass, and piano dominate "Skulls". After hearing the Nutley Brass' version of "Die Die My Darling" I realized it may not be so bad to die. C&P.

Last Caress
Astro Zombies
Where Eagles Dare
Some Kinda Hate
Hybrid Moments
Teenagers From Mars
Die, Die My Darling


At sáb. mar. 18, 02:43:00 p.m. 2006, Anonymous Anónimo

great release, but what´s wrong with track 7 ? wrong Password ?


At sáb. mar. 18, 11:33:00 p.m. 2006, Blogger Luchi 77