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The seventh album from this legendary and somewhat cult avant rock trio, the '90s were a particularly prolific period, churning out a stack of LPs and singles in small editions. Long out of print, this LP has been reissued in CD format to equally limited availability. Bright Surroundings Dark Beginnings contains three of their finest extended rock improvisations: the side-long Eastern drone of "The Venerable Song (The Meaning of Which Is No Longer Known)" is a career highlight and "Omani Red Light" sees guitarist Rick Bishop take off into outer limits, resulting in a mesmerizing display of their instrumental prowess.

Biography

Formed: Phoenix, AZ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

An eclectic mix of every musical style one can think of -- demented surf, Indian and Asian improvisation, free-form noise, fractured folk, you name it -- with doses of kabuki theater, shadow puppetry, and maverick guerilla stagecraft thrown in, the avant-everything Sun City Girls are a fiercely independent and experimental trio whose only credo seems to be to continually stretch boundaries while remaining amazingly inclusive, a process that has led to a dizzying array of vinyl, cassette, and CD releases...
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