Wednesday, March 23, 2016

The Legendary Pink Dots - Plutonium Blonde (2008)


Related:
The Legendary Pink Dots - Chemical Playschool 1 & 2 (1981)
The Tear Garden - Tired Eyes Slowly Burning (1987)
The Legendary Pink Dots - The Maria Dimension (1991)

After almost three decades, Edward Ka-Spel's musical brilliance shined as bright as ever on Plutonium Blonde, a warped journey through thunderous industrial, cinematic synthscapes, gothic synth pop, sinister psychedelia, musique concrète, and utter emotional desolation. For some reason, their label claimed upon the album's release that it was their "most commercially appealing" record to date; this sentiment was echoed in a reliably off-base review on Allmusic. Trust me, though: it's fucking not.

Track listing:
1. Torchsong
2. Rainbows Too
3. A World with No Mirrors
4. My First Zonee
5. Faded Photography
6. An Arm and a Leg
7. Mailman
8. Oceans Blue
9. Savannah Red
10. Cubic Caesar

Dressed up to the nines
Sipping dandylion wine


More music from bizzaro-land:
Throbbing Gristle -
Assume Power Focus (1981)
Human Host -
The Halloween Tree (2007)

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