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Album Review

From the Transformer-inspired cover art onward, Maximum Plastic makes it plain that Zoomer is a disciple of Lou Reed; his music is dark and ominous, sung in an emotionless baritone.

Customer Reviews

Zoomer: What it's about.

Who is Zoomer? Zoomer is a rocker mixed in with the best of the old days, the best of the new days, and the best of those days you can't seem to remember. Part techno, part rock, part alternative, part Zoomer, this album screams 'nostalgic modernization'. Although an acquired taste, Zoomer is sure to become a habit with benefits, rather than a benefit that becomes a habit.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Louisiana native Zoomer took his cue from edgy, glammed-up '70s artists like Lou Reed, T. Rex, and Eno-era Roxy Music, albeit with a far less experimental bent. The guitarist/vocalist and his backing band -- bassist/producer Jo-Jo Starr, keyboardist/saxophonist John Lovedog,...
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