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Album Review

Trike is even more primitive than Bob Log III's debut album, School Bus; when the drum beats are there, they're as basic as possible, but the emphasis is mostly on Log's rubbery rhythm and slide guitar playing, which is sort of a cross between the goofball rhythmic sensibility of Primus and the scuzzy rockabilly abandon of Reverend Horton Heat. Of course, Log's primitivism still extends to his lyrics (when you can understand them, as they're processed nearly beyond recognition), but on a purely sonic level, his musical style really does fit well with the worldview of song titles like "Clap Your Tits," "Booby Trap" (of which there are two versions), "Ass Computer," and "Log Dirty Down," to name a few. Toward the end of the record, it starts to feel like Log has exhausted his bag of tricks, but it's a wild ride getting there.


Born: Tuscon, AZ

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Tucson, AZ-based blues-punk primitive Bob Log III first surfaced a member of the art-noise group Mondo Guano, later serving as one half of the duo Doo Rag. While appearing in support of Ween, Doo Rag percussionist Thermos Malling abruptly quit the tour, leaving Log to finish out the remaining dates as a solo act; wearing his now-trademark motorcycle helmet onstage for protection from crowds, he proceeded to hone a cacophonous, Delta blues-inspired noise distinguished by Latin-styled drum machine...
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