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Hang 'Em High

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Chicago trio Dummy has come up with the funniest LP cover I've seen in years: a middle-aged suburban couple is shocked to find that their "son" — a ventriloquist's dummy, actually — has hung himself from his bedroom ceiling. In the inner sleeve, the parents chide the same doll at dinner! (The real-life husband and wife were obviously good sports, like Leonard Graves' parents on the cover of the Dickies' "Silent Night" single, where Graves' mother was wrapped up as a present under his dad's Christmas tree.) And Hang 'Em High is full of the same working-class, post-Buzzcocks/Stranglers-inspired '80s classic Chicago punk scene influences that their fine previous LP showcased. Yeah, that means that heavy, banging, great gnarly-trebly bass of frontman Mark DeRosa follows the line from Jean Jacques Burnel and Steve Garvey to Naked Raygun's Pierre Kezdy. With lots of Raygun/Pegboy energy (all four members of the latter are thanked, including Kezdy), some early-going fits of big rhythm and chanted vocal à la Big Black, and a poppy-punk-with-balls-for-a-change charge that reminds a little of Smoking Popes, Dummy is nobody's dummy. Some of the first few songs could dig in a little harder melodically, but as the LP progresses, there are several like the zippy, outstanding "A Place to Call My Own," "Drowning Man," and "Again Again" that b**e your ass on first chomp, make you hit repeat, and then hit it again. This album really finds its stride on the second half, so start with track six and sit back and get pummeled. These guys are smart and they are for real!

Biographie

Formé(s) : 1995 à Chicago, IL

Genre : Hip-hop/Rap

Années d’activité : '90s, '00s

Guitarist John Barnicle and bassist/vocalist Mark DeRosa were hanging out and haphazardly playing songs together during the sweltering Chicago summer of 1995. Before they knew it, the first of what would become the hard-hitting post-punk sonic style of Dummy was written. With a sound influenced by Helmet, the Jesus Lizard, and Jawbox — and that hinted at bands like the Buzzcocks and the Stranglers — the two soon began looking for a drummer to solidify...
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