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Album Review

This is a keeper. Recorded live at McCabe's Guitar Shop in Los Angeles with help from Minutemen bassist Mike Watt, Worldbroken is wholly improvised — the band showed up, started playing, then stopped after about an hour. It's not one seamless song, but a series of hallucinatory segments that ebb and flow like a thick liquid sloshing around in a container. Even the parts that don't work, don't go on too long, and what you're left with is a mostly fresh, at times exciting, approach to live rock performance. Walking a tightrope without a net, Saccharine Trust occasionally stumble, but never fall throughout the course of this album.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '00s

Although Greg Ginn's record label SST was, early on, associated with the angry, overamped guitar rant of SoCal hardcore (some of which came courtesy of Ginn's own band Black Flag), SST was also recording bands that pushed the limits of hardcore. Bands like the Minutemen, Universal Congress Of, and especially Saccharine Trust gleefully tossed in chunks of '70s progressive rock, avant-garde jazz, and funky kicks and pops into a stew already percolating with heavy(ish) metal riffing, shouted vocals,...
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