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Hear No Evil

Wake Ooloo

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Clenn Mercer(Guitar),  Clenn Mercer(Vocals),  Dave Weckerman(Drums),  Dave Weckerman(Vocals),  Glenn Mercer(Guitar),  Glenn Mercer(Vocals),  Russell Gambino(Keyboards),  Russell Gambino(Vocals),  Troy Meiss(Bass),  Troy Meiss(Vocals),  Russell Gambino(Vocals (Background)),  Troy Meiss(Vocals (Background)),  Don Sternecker(Engineer),  Don Sternecker(Producer),  Glenn Mercer(Producer),  Wake Ooloo(Producer),  Christopher Flach(Photography),  John Baumgartner(Photography)

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The songwriting polarity of the Feelies was always fairly clear -- Glen Mercer's tracks delivered the speedy post-punk jangle and frantic monotone vocals, while Bill Million's backed off into slow atmospherics and ringing arpeggios. With Wake Ooloo's debut LP, this becomes even clearer -- thankfully, Mercer backs down from the mainstream excess that hampered the final Feelies albums and returns to more muscular indie sound that marked his Feelies compositions, and Hear No Evil turns out even more appealing than certain Feelies records. There's still a slight tendency toward rustic, mainstream pop lurking behind the indie jangle, though -- Mercer's songs have a tendency to bear an odd resemblance to early Tom Petty, and this unfortunate quality only burgeoned on later Wake Ooloo records. This leaves Hear No Evil as their most appealing, if least polished, record. ~ Nitsuh Abebe, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Time to Go (03:54)
  • 02. Another Song (03:06)
  • 03. Forty Days (05:29)
  • 04. Rise (04:08)
  • 05. Nobody Heard (03:15)
  • 06. Knocking on Every Door (03:55)
  • 07. From Afar (05:08)
  • 08. Effigy (03:02)
  • 09. Grains of Sand (03:10)
  • 10. Any Minute (04:58)

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Wake Ooloo

Wake Ooloo was less a Feelies spin-off band and more of a temporary sequel. The Feelies, Glenn Mercer and Bill Million's on-again/off-again proto-indie pop outfit, broke up seemingly for good in late 1991, when Million moved to Florida. Though the two had led bands under that name since 1976 -- arguably the most underrated members of CBGB's class of '77 -- both were far more part of a music scene

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