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Posthumous

Vitreous Humor

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Album Review

For a posthumous odds-and-ends collection, Vitreous Humor's Posthumous is remarkably incomplete. It fails to include any of the three songs from the band's debut single, Harbor, as well as other studio recordings. But that's really the only complaint one could make about Posthumous — that there's not enough of it. While not particularly cohesive, almost all of the songs are striking. Particular mention should go to opening track "My Midget," a slow-burning, time-changing rocker, as well as the excellent "Science Has No Soul," which showcases lyricist Danny Pound's dark sense of humor. Also included is a bonus track by the Regrets ("Good Things Come to Those in Small Packages"), the band formed in the wake of Vitreous Humor, which had already broken up by the time Posthumous was released.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Vitreous Humor formed in Topeka, KS, when the band's core members — Danny Pound, Dan Benson, and Brad Allen — were barely old enough to drive. This three-piece released an excellent 7", "Harbor," before solidifying their lineup with bassist Brooks Rice. The quartet gained notoriety around Kansas for their intense, angular sound and singer Pound's sometimes-hushed, sometimes-crazed vocals. The closest the band would come to releasing a proper CD was 1995's The Vitreous Humor Self-Titled...
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