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Album Review

Spectral Worship is one of those rare releases that take familiar, traditional aspects of pop and rock music and reorganize them in a way that's wholly new; the album is a frequently brilliant combination of acoustic guitars, assorted tone waves and other varied sounds, drawing them together into minimal but highly dynamic and well-constructed pieces in a beautifully rustic, desolate ballad style. Even when the band uses fuller, more traditional rock instrumentations, their inventive sense of organization shines through — it's as if they're using abstraction and experimentation to come full circle back to pop music, and the results are indescribably excellent.

Biography

Formed: 1993

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

The angular indie rock trio Guv'ner formed in 1993 as an outgrowth of the romance between singer/guitarist Charles Gansa and singer/bassist Pumpkin Wentzel. After the couple moved to New York City, Wentzel gave a demo tape of the group's off-kilter pop to Pussy Galore/Free Kitten member Julia Cafritz, whom she had known since elementary school; Cafritz subsequently passed the tape to Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, who ultimately issued Guv'ner's debut, Hard for Measy for You, on his Ecstatic Peace...
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