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Album Review

Two Dollar Guitar is an odd project, bringing together members of Half Japanese, Mosquito, Cell, and Sonic Youth to turn out a thoroughly odd take on dark, primitive and country-edged rock minimalism. Despite the organic and familiar conventions the project starts with, the members manage to move every track into uncomfortably strange territory, a tendency which will doubtlessly appeal to many as the band's greatest strength, while sending many others running.


Formed: 1995

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Tim Foljahn, the guiding force behind Two Dollar Guitar, began the band when he landed in Hoboken, NJ, after several years traveling around the country, with brief stops in New Orleans, Alberquerque, and Chicago. Hooking up with his friend, Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley, he began to record a collection of dark ballads that he had accumulated during his travels. The result was his debut single, "Lost Bird" (Smells Like Records, 1995), which was produced by Shelley and featured him on percussion,...
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