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Right Now

Zeros (ゼロズ*ZEROS)

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ジャンル
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カタログNo
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4074
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1999
フォーマット
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CD
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Baba Chenelle(Drums),  Baba Chenelle(Vocals),  Baba Henelle(Drums),  Hector Penalosa(Bass),  Hector Penalosa(Vocals),  Javier Escovedo(Guitar),  Javier Escovedo(Vocals),  Robert Lopez(Guitar),  Robert Lopez(Vocals),  Patrick Boissel(Design),  Rhoda Lopez(Photography),  Rick Parker(Mixing),  Baba Chenelle,  Chips Kiesbye(Audio Production),  Hector Penalosa,  Javier Escovedo,  Robert Lopez,  Zeros(Audio Production)

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It is in the face of the continued ignorance of the 1977 U.S. punk scene that the Zeros re-formed in the '90s, all four members intact, initially to record old, lost material for 1994's Knockin' Me Dead. It's not like they had nothing better to do. Guitarist Robert Lopez made a fine living touring the world as El Vez, the humorous, saucy, Mexican Elvis impersonator. Bassist Hector Penalosa made overlooked, nifty pop LPs solo and with Flying Color. And singer/leader Javier Escovedo teamed up with his brother Alejandro in True Believers. But from Right Now! it's clear this spirited foursome came back because, like the scene they sprang from, their music was just too much fun to die. Dubbed the Mexican Ramones 22 years previously, that not-far-off tag failed to account for their other telltale influences: pre-punk touchstone bands and heaps of garage rock. The Zeros make that apparent on Right Now!, pulling out old covers of the New York Dolls, the Seeds, and the Sonics. But the originals, including two redos of 1977-1980 nuggets They Say (That Everything's Alright) and Handgrenade Heart, also blast with this Neanderthal, straight-ahead blast-rock, so loud, raucous, and full of rock & roll esprit -- the very quality missing from modern punk. Like older songs from Wimp to Wild Weekend, they still range from slow, sloppy, grungy pop like Siamese Tease to rasping, rushing smasheroos such as Right Now!, with Penalosa's more melodic pop bent indulged in You, Me, Us. You know what? The Zeros don't care who's paying attention. That was the point, then and right now: they still seem like a secret, an attitude adjustment unchanged over two decades. Just yell 1-2-3-4 and they're off. ~ Jack Rabid, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Right Now! (01:43)
  • 02. Sneakin' Out (01:32)
  • 03. Do the Swim (01:59)
  • 04. Handgrenade Heart (02:33)
  • 05. Hurry, Hurry, Hurry (02:23)
  • 06. Tonight (02:15)
  • 07. Pushin' Too Hard (02:36)
  • 08. They Say (That Everything's Alright) (02:11)
  • 09. Chatterbox (02:29)
  • 10. Talkin' (02:43)
  • 11. You, Me, Us (03:10)
  • 12. Strychnine (02:55)
  • 13. Siamese Tease (03:09)
  • 14. Yo No Quiero (02:42)

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若い頃とはまた違う良さがある。渋みがでて...

投稿日:2005/05/31 (火)

若い頃とはまた違う良さがある。渋みがでてきた。WILD WEEKENDが入ってないのが残念。

mersey さん | 東京 | 不明

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Zeros

Often referred to as the Mexican Ramones, the Zeros (guitarist and singer Javier Escovedo, second guitarist Robert Lopez, bassist Hector Penalosa, and drummer Baba Chenelle) were just one of many contributors to the L.A. punk explosion in the late '70s. Although they never received the acclaim of such L.A. peers as Black Flag, the Circle Jerks, or X, the Zeros made admirers out of such renowned ar

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