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In 2001, Trumans Water released its self-titled sixth album. The disc featured more off-the-wall displays of unpredictable and intricate indie rock. As its second effort on the Texas-based Emperor Jones Records, the group produced a dizzying 15-track album. From the hard rush of "Wilt Banana" to the quirky and refreshing "Limping Towards Oblivion," the band's output continued to be challenging and full of twists and turns. The dissonant outbursts on songs like "Rinsed in Ashes" and "Equatorial Antarctica" shine a light on the band in all its glory, marching forward through muddy chords and aggressive riffs, never giving in to predictability. The band continues to impress near the disc's end with the organic and choppy "Second Wind," while "Limits of the New Deal" enchants with an engaging yet subtle jam session to start off the track. More poignant layers of sound are featured on "Another Day in the Dream Museum," while "Sun Tastes Like Fire" closes out the disc with a surprisingly tamed-down acoustic gem.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Glen Galloway (guitar), brothers Kirk and Kevin Branstetter (guitar, bass), and 69-year-old drummer Andres Malinao comprise Trumans Water. The quartet deconstruct indie rock in the style of Captain Beefheart. A modern touchstone is Pavement; the two bands have the same laid-back air, sloppy riffs, and impenetrable lyrics. In fact, Trumans Water are even more obtuse than Pavement. All of the group's early album releases are available on Homestead: Of Thick Tum (1993 reissue), Spasm Smash XXXOXOX Ox...
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