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Album Review

Living Science Foundation is an acquired taste with its spacy, erratic, and winding way of rock. The hints of an aboriginal instrument leads into "Striving for Our Personal Best," a number that has a lot in common with At the Drive-In if fused with a milder version of the Strokes. Generally though, lead singer John Ringhoff doesn't match the intensity, falling into a Perry Farrell delivery on "Sexual Content, Teen Partying, Language and a Fight," a song deeply influenced by Jane's Addiction. The progressive '70s era is also engrained in the record, notably on the guitar heavy, Zeppelin-esque "Delete the Files." Too often though Ringhoof's delivery is identical to every other song as "Seaswept" sounds like it's been done already on the album. Some instrumentals move into a slightly different territory as "Electric Sky I" is a neo-psychedelic, jam-based experiment with better than expected results. "Sin City Lights" is a harder, grittier guitar rock tune that Justin Wright shines on. Perhaps the best thing about the group is its inability to be categorized, moving from song to song and even verse to verse in a myriad of styles.

Last Call For Nightfall, Living Science Foundation
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: 06 October 2003

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