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Album Review

Spazchow, Barnes & Barnes' follow-up to their debut album Voobaha, isn't quite as funny or novel as its predecessor, but it has its moments, most notable "Spooky Lady on Death Avenue," "Where's the Water" and "The Inevitable Song." On the other hand, "Swallow My Love" and "Slut" may flirt a little too closely with misogyny for some tastes. Nevertheless, if you liked the first, you'll like Spazchow, only not as much. [Oglio's reissue includes eight bonus tracks, including "The Boogie Man," "I Killed Her With Love," "Mook E Bare" and "Passively Vicious."]

Biography

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Those familiar with Dr. Demento surely know Barnes & Barnes, the comic parodists who rose to fame in 1978 with The Chipmunk-inspired "Fish Heads," touting the merits of this — uh, delicacy. Other albums contain similar quirky material. Who are Barnes & Barnes? Los Angeles musician...
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