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Dangerous

Refrigerator

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Album Review

Refrigerator’s first outing in four years, Dangerous, is a sketchpad of demos, initially planned to be re-recorded as a full-length, until bassist Daniel Brodo took a spill and broke both of his wrists. Allen Callaci and his acoustic guitar make up the majority of the sparse home recordings, which are performed live in a easygoing folk style, much like an unplugged set by Evan Dando or Jeff Tweedy. Obviously, the album sounds unfinished, but even so, there are some good songs here, and it’s an interesting look at the writing process of an underrated lo-fi group; a spyglass that captures Refrigerator at their rawest.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Lo-fi noise pop combo Refrigerator have been led by brothers Allen and Dennis Callaci, who first began collaborating as teens as members of the hair metal parody band the Bux. Recording their first cassette on December 6, 1985, the Bux proceeded to issue a new tape annually on that same date five years running, with later releases pointing toward the fuzzy, fractured approach of the Callacis' subsequent work. The siblings formed Refrigerator with drummer Joel Connell in 1990, a short time after Dennis...
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