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Man vs. Nature At It's Finest

The Buttless Chaps's Love This Time is an album of contrasts. The band's always melded Folk and Country themes with futuristic New Wave synth and this album highlights this divide with themes that represent man vs. nature very effectively. The title track is a duet love song between a woman and a machine in a futuristic society, while two songs later, Lonely Hearts evokes the setting of a rustic train ride and explains what love was like in simpler times. The Buttless Chaps have quality Country songs on this album, as well as showing off their more eclectic side with synth pop gems such as Fresh Horses, an effective tribute to Molly Ringwald. A must have album for fans of The Buttless Chaps.


Formed: 1998 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canad

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Buttless Chaps first rode into the Victoria, British Columbia music scene in 1998. While country-rock overall, the Chaps were strapped with touches of indie rock and twinges of fuzzy electronics. Led by vocalist/guitarist/banjoist Dave Gowans, the band also included guitarist/lap steel man Lasse Lutick, keyboardist/synthesizer guy Morgan McDonald, and drummer Torben Wilson. A self-titled LP followed soon after the band's formation; it enjoyed solid critical acclaim, and was picked up for national...
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