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Fate to Fatal - EP

The Breeders

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The Breeders’ 2009 four-song EP follow-up to their 2008 full length Mountain Battles is another loose, fun and diverse collection. The title track, recorded in England, features the group’s trademarked tomfoolery, cheap, vintage keyboards spicing up the unruly unison-to-harmony lead vocals from Kim and Kelley Deal that makes them a genuinely inspired group of amateurs, never concerned with pitch but only with capturing unaffected enthusiasm. Former Screaming Trees and current Gutter Twins singer Mark Lanegan joins them for “The Last Time,” an unexpectedly moody ballad that recalls the Velvet Underground’s “Sunday Morning” in its somber demeanor. It was recorded in Kim Deal’s basement along with the EP closer, the muddy and distorted “Pinnacle Hollow.” A very un-reggae cover of Bob Marley & The Wailers’ “Chances Are,” presented with simple acoustic guitar and sparse harmony vocals, fills things out for this satisfying addition to the band’s spontaneous, unpredictable catalog.

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It gets a 3 because it's the Breeders. Don't write me off, I've been a big Breeders fan and Kim Deal since my teenage years but nothing seems to have changed since then. Title track, "Fate to Fatal", sounds like it could perfectly fit on Last Splash with the same guitar riffs and overall sound. I guess that's why I liked Title TK, I hungered for more of that old sound, but now I'd rather hear some creativity or invention in the music.

As Always, The Breeders Are Great

This one is definitely worth it, especially for Chances Are, the acoustic Bob Marley cover. This version is something special. Also, Fate to Fatal is a great song. The Last Time is pretty good and so is Pinnacle Hollow, but the real treats here are Chances Are and Fate to Fatal.


Fecha de formación: Dayton, OH, 1988

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of alternative rock's most promising — and frustrating — bands, the Breeders were conceived initially as a way for Pixies bassist Kim Deal and Throwing Muses guitarist Tanya Donelly to let out some suppressed creative energy and to take a break from being the second bananas in each of their main bands. Deal and Donelly both played guitar, leaving bass for Josephine Wiggs of Perfect Disaster. Taking their name from the group Deal led with her twin sister, Kelley, in their teens, the...
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