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Album Review

No, the title isn't (at least not entirely) intended as a sexual euphemism, as you might expect from the tongue-in-cheek quartet Crazy Mary. It's actually a descriptive statement about the contents of the EP — namely digital remixes of songs that previously turned up on the full-length albums Burning Into the Spirit World ("Voices of Freedom") and, from the preceding year, Knucklehead (the other four). There are few noticeable changes to these versions — an organ or a trumpet is punched up here, a vocal is clarified or de-emphasized there, some electronic glosses are superimposed throughout — but nothing really dramatic. Nevertheless, this is a nice little stopgap for fans, especially since it also represents the valedictory release of bassist George Kerezman, who had passed away the previous spring.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A staple within the New York City underground scene, this alternative rock band began its formation in the summer of 1996 when Bronx Zoo employees Richard Morbid, drummer Nick Raisz, and guitarist Charles Kibel discovered their kindred musical spirits. The band officially became Crazy Mary two years later with the addition of another zoo employee, bassist George Kerezman. Singer...
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