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Los Microwaves - Thin Ice (00:00) Los Microwaves - Thin Ice (00:00) 1 Los Microwaves - Thin Ice
Los Microwaves - I Can't Say (00:00) Los Microwaves - I Can't Say (00:00) 2 Los Microwaves - I Can't Say
Los Microwaves - Silent Screamers (00:00) Los Microwaves - Silent Screamers (00:00) 3 Los Microwaves - Silent Screamers
Los Microwaves - What's To Do (00:00) Los Microwaves - What's To Do (00:00) 4 Los Microwaves - What's To Do
Los Microwaves - And Ever (00:00) Los Microwaves - And Ever (00:00) 5 Los Microwaves - And Ever
Los Microwaves - Sniper (00:00) Los Microwaves - Sniper (00:00) 6 Los Microwaves - Sniper
Los Microwaves - Bride Of Suicide (live) (00:00) Los Microwaves - Bride Of Suicide (live) (00:00) 7 Los Microwaves - Bride Of Suicide (live)
Los Microwaves - My Baby Tried To Kill Me (live) (00:00) Los Microwaves - My Baby Tried To Kill Me (live) (00:00) 8 Los Microwaves - My Baby Tried To Kill Me (live)
Los Microwaves - My Name Is The Same (live) (00:00) Los Microwaves - My Name Is The Same (live) (00:00) 9 Los Microwaves - My Name Is The Same (live)
Los Microwaves - Too Many Humas (live) (00:00) Los Microwaves - Too Many Humas (live) (00:00) 10 Los Microwaves - Too Many Humas (live)
This playfully titled release features David Javelosa (on synth and vocals) along with Meg Brazill (on bass and vocals) plus drummer Todd "Rosa" Rosencrans. Side One features five studio tracks, none of which were included on the band's 1981 Posh Boy LP, Life After Breakfast. Three of these tracks were recorded in '82; there's no information regarding the provenance of the other two songs. The records' second side collects five live recordings, capturing Los Microwaves onstage in New York City (The Peppermint Lounge) and Boston as well as at San Francisco's own I-Beam, a venue that often played host to the band. Those tracks date form roughly the same ear, 1980-83. Sonically the songs variously recall Blondie, Flying Lizards, Gang of Four and a far less dour Human League. Importantly, the band rocks, even when it's employing a spare drum kit, solid but elemental bass, and monophonic analog synthesizers. The stripped down aesthetics of the group - necessitated by its minimalist instrumental approach - are nonetheless thrilling. Even if you weren't there in 1980, this'll take you back.

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