Stereolab: Groop Played Space Age Batchelor Pad Music

Stereolab SKU: 36746262
Stereolab: Groop Played Space Age Batchelor Pad Music

Stereolab: Groop Played Space Age Batchelor Pad Music

Stereolab SKU: 36746262

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $26.98

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Title: Groop Played Space Age Batchelor Pad Music
Artist: Stereolab
Label: Too Pure
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 644918001904
Genre: Rock

Stereolab's 1993 EP, The Group Played Space Age Bachelor Pad is one of the avant-pop group's most experimental works, featuring their twin obsessions - krautrock-derived electronic minimalism and lush pop owing much to both Brian Wilson and Ray Conniff. The two styles are presented separately, in relatively short pieces, rather than combined into the lengthy sonic melanges of their other albums. Most of the brief pieces, such as the two title tracks, each subtitled "Mellow" and "Foamy," work best in the context of the whole, but some of the longer songs, particularly the sarcastic "Ronco Symphony" and "We're Not Adult-Orientated," are among the prolific outfit's best.


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