Monday, January 16, 2012
CD Review: Regurgitator Introduces Us To Their "SuperHappyFunTimesFriends"
The album begins with the lead-single “One Day” which is an up-tempo, keyboard driven modern rocker with a touch of punk. The album contains 14-songs ranging in lengths from 21 seconds to over four minutes. The quietness of “Super Happy Funtime” and the drum-filled, speed-pop of “Punk Mum” show the contrast in sound this band can offer. The songs “Be Still My Noisy Mind” and “Into The Night” have a great eighties rock-vibe that Regurgitator has seemed to master. Then they bring out their guitars for the alternative rock sound “No Show” and the Ramones-like punk attack of “Uncontactable.” The album finishes with some of their best songs in the new wave sounding “Born Dumb” and “Outer Space.”
Regurgitator finished 2011 with a bunch of live dates in Australia and are scheduled to be a part of the Big Day Out Festival in late-January/early-February. For more information on this band, check out their website at regurgitator.net.
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