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Album Review

Still obsessed with thermonuclear radiation and catching a good wave, Voodoo Court returns with more of their campy surf rock on Nuclear Vacation: The Party's Over. Where their previous record had shown the group grow in a more technically sound outfit, this album shows the band in a more hook-oriented place. Writing instrumental passages with catchy guitar phrases strewn about, the band seems to be improving their overall songwriting on this effort. A contributing factor may be the bleak atmosphere that hangs over the album, as evidenced by the darkly humorous photograph on the back cover depicting their skeleton mascot with Albert Einstein. Their fear of atomic energy is stronger on this album than it has ever been, leading to several tense instrumentals that are the polar opposite of the lighthearted beach rock that populated their debut. A few songs are still quite fun, including a pleasantly smarmy cover of John Barry's "007." But the serious vibe that hangs over the record adds a depth the group has not displayed before, making for another improvement from a band that tends to document each musical step with an album. Fun, thoughtful, and engaging, this is definitely their finest record yet and marks their first significant breakthrough in the genre.

Customer Reviews

Yeah

Pretty good surf music. I'll be taking this to Florida.

Nuclear Vacation: The Party's Over, Voodoo Court
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Surf
  • Released: Oct 09, 2002

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