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Album Review

The first album from Seattle's Critters Buggin' was probably the least-pretentious of the bunch, mildly swaying between background electronic effects and the gazed-out art funk rock that would predominately reappear in later years. Hindered by awkward sub-torrential jazz in tracks like "Kickstand Hog," the album's best bits were often difficult to find on initial listens, but they were there. "T-Ski" goes a bit thrashy like Marilyn Manson alternately picking up and battering in a sax and "Shag" and "Los Lobos" use the crackly sample effect to create a psychologically loose chatter of suggestive basslines and cymbal-heavy percussion.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The eclectic, Seattle-based group Critters Buggin' consists of bassist Brad Houser drummer and Matt Chamberlain, both formerly of the New Bohemians, and percussionist Mike Dillon and saxophonist Skerik, a former member of SadHappy and Tuatara. The band formed in 1993 and released their first record Guest the following year on their friend Stone Gossard's Loosegroove label. The live album Host appeared three...
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