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The House of Apples and Eyeballs


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
plays well with others March 15 2008
By Nicole Ridge - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've been somewhat obsessed with Black Moth Super Rainbow ever since I picked up Dandelion Gum last year. I have since gotten their first two albums and this has only increased my thirst for more- so when I came across this collaboration I had to have it, of course. But I was not familiar with The Octopus Project, so I wasn't sure what to expect. The collaboration works very well, taking the best parts of BMSR and adding some elements not usually mixed in with their music- namely electric guitars and some catchy drum loops thanks to OP. I think this was a good introduction to OP, and I look forward to exploring their solo work. I would recommend this album if you like either band, or are a fan of experimental music in general- its strange, trippy, and above all- fun to listen to! 4 Stars
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not a bad idea Aug. 16 2007
By Nobody - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
One senses that it would have been easy for a CD like this to go over the edge into unlistenable territory if the individual composers had a free hand with all these instrumental tracks jumbled together. By having two bands pass the music back and forth it's entirely possible that it forced individual passages in the songs to mellow out and be melodic, that someone's ears were hurt in the process, forcing change. Anyway, it did work out and it's a nice techno-ambient excursion. I would have liked more of a human element involved, a girl's voice with this type of music fits so well.
Just like you would imagine Aug. 6 2008
By J. T. Brockbank - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What can I say? If you love Black Moth Super Rainbow, you're going to love this album. I'm not really familiar with The Octopus Project, but this album has definitely piqued my interest in the band. The floaty melodies provided by BMSR meld with The OP's heavier style, adding more audible drums and other elements usually excluded from BMSR's catalog. It's like a modern psychedelic jam-dream, basically.
What a team! April 2 2012
By eric - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
B.M.S.R. and O.P. are quite a team here. Very reminiscent of bygone 60's psychedelic era and a huge spash of present day trip-rock. Enough to blast me off to another galexy.
Highly recommeded April 29 2011
By Carlos Castillo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If you are a fan of either of these bands, I highly recommend this CD. I have listened to it constantly since it arrived.


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