Fernando* ‎– Kick In The Eye

Label:
Redux ‎– REDUX006
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Vinyl, 12"
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Credits

  • Written-by [Uncredited], Composed By [Uncredited]Bauhaus

Notes

Issued with hand stamped white inner sleeve with polythene outer sleeve. Record label mentions title only. Exact track list details/versions are taken from release notes.

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AceBeaty

AceBeaty

March 24, 2011
edited over 8 years ago
How does Fernando Pulichino dare crediting solely himself for all instruments & vocals here is beyond me.

In these period of musical dumbing down, daring would mean forming inventive bands or a creative musical concept without no much restrictions, - eventually including musicianship - but most that is to be heard on the groovy side of most contemporary 12 inches is nearly the opposite. Added to that it feels like a whole generation of uninspired re-edit crooks would rather not credit their source but dare instead calling such lazy work their own!

They have fantastic source of music, so many new ways to learn about music from the past than ever before, plus a technology unimaginable more than a decade ago at hands but too often what such boffins like Pinocchio comes up with is crap like a little synth line over an extended edit which for fact end-up being weaker in intensity than the original death-rock classic or whatever they took as their 'inspiration' of the day.

Now the fact that such feliz boffins do get some form of recognition in the dance music scene probably come less from being culprit of weak and uninspired re-edits (while thinking in doing so that they are artists) but most probably for a constant production of mainstream-formulaic-happy-boring-house-music that seams to please the club mafia and their consigliere and so since way too long now.
Pulichino & Co. have a great future with an ignorant public in lack of perspective and with an allergy to challenge, in dance mainly and probably other music.

Maybe pseudo authors of such vanity releases should be sent down the bat-cave and intravenously filled with a good amount of lysergic acid diethylamide for an ultimate kick in the eye, just to fix their flashback straight, R.I.P. dance music.