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A Maggot In Their Heads

The Dinner Is Ruined Band

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The band's second full-length album is more cohesive and harder-edged than Elevator Music for Non-Claustrophobic People, but the Dinner Is Ruined's A Maggot in Their Heads still has that free-range swirling sound that drenched their first CD. On Maggot, the band's dark, silly humor is more prominent on tracks like "Classic California Ass," "Montana Doesn't Need Me," "Sweet Land of Mines," and "Old Horse Whore." There's a fast, thrashing tribute to one of hockey's greatest on "Bobby Orr," and "Buffalo Jump" sounds like a surreal, North American Running of the Bulls. A Maggot in Their Heads feels like a rocky trip to the subconscious and back — and leaves you intrigued.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Canadian noise rock/experimental band the Dinner Is Ruined came out with a experimental sound that was based in blues tradition, classic rock, and an obsession with death and lust. They were formed in 1991 by Dale Morningstar, Dave "Stovepipe" Clark, and Dr. Pee; their independent cassette, Burn Your Dashiki, was released that same year. In 1993, Raw Energy issued the band's first CD, Love Songs from the Lubritorium. In 1994, their Worm Pickers Brawl was released, and Ice Cream, Drugs, Rubber...
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