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Alice Donut – Pure Acid Park (1995) CD Album

Band: Alice Donut

Album: Pure Acid Park

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Alternative Rock

Label: Alternative Tentacles

Release Country: UK & Europe

Record Type: 12 Tracks CD Album

To paraphrase Donny and Marie, this durable New York combo was a little bit Frank Zappa, a little bit cacophonous punk. That combination makes its quirkcore expeditions either grin-inducing or grating, depending on one's ability to stomach the unique vocal style of frontman Tomas Antona, whose high-pitched screech falls somewhere between Perry Farrell and Sparks frontman Russell Mael on the weed-o-meter. While it took the quintet a while to find its footing — the first two albums are little more than extended, grad-school fortified fart jokes — Alice Donut did develop a knack for sniggeringly malevolent tweaking of mainstream and underground mores alike.

12 Tracks
1 Millenium3:15
2 Dreaming In Cuban2:39
3 Freaks In Love4:07
4 Big Cars And Blow Jobs3:25
5 I Walked With A Zombie3:29
6 The Senator & The Cabin Boy4:40
7 Mummenshantz Pachinko0:41
8 Insane4:07
9 Shining Path3:57
10 The Unspeakable Pleasure Of Being Me1:42
11 Lost In Place3:55
12 Cain5:01

(C) & (P) 1995 Alternative Tentacles Records
Made in England

Mastered at Masterdisk. Produced at B.C. Studios, Brooklyn, March 1995.
Sleeve note: This album, "Pure Acid Park" was named by Chet Mazur.

Issued in a jewel case with clear tray and fold-out insert.

Rated 4.5/5 based on 48 customer reviews

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