Gregory Parks

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  • 15 years ago | Reviews

    Plastilina Mosh Juan Manuel Astralwerks   IN 1998, MEXICAN duo Plastilina Mosh's Aquamosh revealed itself as a being with the sort of spliced, hodgepodge anatomy already familiar to fans of Beck or the Beasties. The album's college-rock muscu...

  • 16 years ago | Reviews

    Mocean Worker Aural & Hearty Palm   THE AMERICAN WORK ethic is so insidiously pervasive that its demands even seep into our supposed "leisure" time. Take last year's Mixed Emotional Features (Palm), a dark glimpse into the world of Philadelph...

  • 16 years ago | Reviews

    Underworld Everything, Everything JBO   AS A RECORDING odyssey, the live album is inherently neither good nor bad. That much is left up to the artist releasing the recording in question. For example, Peter Frampton's was his lone triumph, but...

  • 16 years ago | Reviews

    Spring-Heel Jack Disappeared Thirsty Ear   LIKE HERMAN'S HERMITS' dread "I'm Henry VIII, I Am," the repetitive joy of techno has the potential to lock itself into an eternal loop of "Second verse, same as the first." The threat of sinking int...


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