Blah Blah Blah: Gold Collection
What's this? One lion, two moles, two zoo keepers, improvised music, no rhythm? Can I take it, this excercise in free thinking? The grunting vocals, the vibrating rubber bands and noise of someone banging on the ceiling. Amusing digs at the modern warrior accompanied by electronic squonks and bips. They consist of one womble two cats and two traffic wardens and specialise in lurching blahism (hyperbolic and frothy sounds) and can be observed on stage dressed as shakespearian actors making unwelcome, ugly noises to the chagrin of many. An eccentric band of experimental musicians with a bizarre brand of rock disguised by weird noises. The worst jazz cords ever invented, excruciating tones through various noise devices may bring chortles of laughter from the loopy denizens on the extreme arts fringe.
Jaywick jazz? I wouldn't play this to my dog. Dressing up as rocks Blah Blah Blah are without doubt the weirdest bunch you could ever meet. Manes of electronic gadgetry with wind machines, this is an experience in pop - creepy then crawly examples of the emaciated psychedelic or psychic escapist elements of post-punk music.
That was the general view paraphrased from the music press (Sounds,NME,Melody Maker,Smash Hits) 1981-82
Blah Records UK are offering all of this on three unforgetable liberating albums now available for download and CD.
In this Gold Collection you also get the singles In the Army and Why Diddle?
So if your mother was a radiator and the natives are restless hunting weazels outside the veg shop, go down to soho and itch your pants.
Gold Collection by Blah Blah Blah is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England License.