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Album Review

An enjoyable but disturbed trawl through the band's unusual rarities, demos, and live and deleted tracks recorded in the six years leading up to Blaine L. Reininger's 1983 departure, Pinheads on the Move was Tuxedomoon on top of its own peculiar game. With a crude, raw sound and even less of a taste for pop construction came a brutal, difficult, rewarding riff on the band's new wave meta-punk. Rock theatrics merged with Third World-influenced basslines and cubist classical music, as in the band's debut single, the album's title track — Captain Beefheart by way of Einstürzende Neubauten, Shostakovich, Can, Kraftwerk, and Stormtroopers of Death.


Formed: 1977 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The music of avant-garde, electronic-oriented collective Tuxedomoon ranged from new wave pop to jazz fusion to more experimental synthesizer soundscapes (usually including saxophone and violin), which were frequently married in concert to performance art shows. The group was formed in San Francisco in 1977 by two electronic music students at San Francisco City College, Blaine L. Reininger (keyboards, violin) and Steven Brown (keyboards, other instruments). Brown's local theater connections supplied...
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