Kalabrese ‎– Chicken Fried Rice

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Perlon ‎– PERL37
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 The 73 Chicken Fried Rice
Co-producer – Valentino Tomasi
A2 Shake Everything
Mastered By [Co-mastered] – Ramon Orza
B1 Set Me Free
Mastered By [Co-mastered] – Ramon Orza
B2 Chicken Fried Rice
Bass – Marzi*Engineer – Valentino Tomasi

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Comes with a designed inner sleeve.
The run out groove on A has a comic drawing etched, 5 figures approaching a house of music.

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luna

luna

June 27, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

Though I'm quite the sucker for minimal music and especially Perlon, I find this release annoying and unpleasant. The music itself is great but the vocal is extremely obnoxious and interrupts the vibe of each track. Overall I find this release tremendously disappointing, even at home by myself with no friends to poke fun at my music choices.
henkieee

henkieee

December 21, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
Typical Perlon tracks with lots of attention for detail. But these tracks are so well arranged that you'll stay focused all the time. Which is not so Perlon as their releases are often more tool-like.
"Set Me Free" got some beautiful guitar (?) licks which go strange ways sometimes, reminding of some ambient Underworld stuff.
"The 73 Chicken Fried Rice" grows and grows each time you listen. At first there are these strange vocal snippets, accompanied by nice, laidback but s-s-shakin' beats. But then you'll discover again little pieces of beautiful melody.
Nice nice nice.