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Album Review

In a genre where quirkiness is pretty much standard, the Greens Keepers stand out as more than usually twisted. Witness, for example, the first single from this new album. "Lotion" derives its lyrics from one of the nastier scenes in the movie Silence of the Lambs — the one in which Buffalo Bill lowers a bucket containing skin lotion down the well shaft to his naked captive and intones, with creepy casualness, "It puts the lotion on its skin, or else it gets the hose again." It's hard to imagine a more tasteless basis for a dance track, but musically the song works just fine; apparently the video was even grosser. You can groove to the old-school funk of "Slippin'," the broken beat swing of "Get It" and, best of all, the faux-'80s new wave strut of "Man in the House." You'll also get off somewhat on "Dots" swaying house beat and the remixed version of "Back in the Wild," which features fine vocals by los Chicros. Don't bother to skip over the more mediocre "Sailing" and "Keep It Down," mainly because you'll still be so tired from dancing to "Man in the House."

Biography

Formed: Chicago, IL

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

With an adolescent Ween-like absurdist sense of humor that sometimes borders on creepy, Greenskeepers top bass-heavy beats with inside jokes, succeeding in taking a satirical home-recording project from the bedroom to the dancefloor before they were old enough to legally drink at a club. James Curd and Nick Maurer took the name Greenskeepers from the fact that they both paid the bills by working as golf course caddies. In their spare time they kept themselves occupied skateboarding the streets of...
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