Leggo Beast ‎– Sines And Cymbals

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Pork Recordings ‎– PORK 080
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1 The New Deal
Harmonica – Dave Harte (3)
5:00
2 Smells Good 6:41
3 Kayenta 5:39
4 Noodle Soup
Flute – Bernard MossGuitar [Additional] – Steve Cobby
4:36
5 For Sergei
Percussion – Aaron Gammon
5:01
6 Taxed N Tested 4:45
7 Quagmire 5:29
8 Big Egg 4:48
9 Environmentally Sound 5:08
10 Version
Co-producer – Steve Cobby
4:33
11 Bandwagon 3:45
12 Petite
Co-producer – Steve Cobby
3:59
13 5 Miles Out 2:33

Notes

All tracks deviced and manipulated by Leggo Beast

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  • Barcode: 5 027803 058026

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scoundrel

scoundrel

August 26, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

SINES AND CYMBALS, the second outing for Leggo Beast, definitely starts off on the right foot, with the religious meditation of “New Deal,” with its blues harmonica and gentle soothing tone. The more upbeat “Smells Good” and the ambient dub “Kayenta” continue this trend. And while there’s a more pronounced dub feeling towards the middle of the album, with “Noodle Soup” and “For Sergei” leading the stoned revolution, the album towards the middle suffers from a common Pork-related complaint: the tracks don’t do enough to distinguish themselves. Sure, they’re nice to listen to, but nothing about them really draws your attention. The expanding, spacy sounds of “Petite” helps patch up this shortcoming, and the final track, “5 Miles Out,” seems to be an answer to the opening thought raised by “New Deal.” Is it enough to save the album? Not quite. But it’s still enough to make this album an interesting enough listen.