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Album Review

This is Nash's most accessible album, although admittedly that's not saying much. For one thing, he sings on this album. Sure, he shouts more than sings, but it still makes the music more approachable than on his purely instrumental releases. "Dance After Curfew," produced by Daniel Lanois, was released as a single. The opening track, Citizen, has a great beat and is almost danceable, which the iconoclastic Nash surely never intended. If wild, spooky music like "Normal" or "The Hypnotist" was married on a soundtrack to a movie like Scream, Nash might become a household name. He'd hate that.

Customer Reviews

An old favorite

Great to see this on iTunes. I was always intrigued by Nash. He was a total original from the start - never really fit in to any box but he always seemed to have a good time and would come up with some really cool atmospheres and licks along the way. I personally recommmend the gothic Vincent's Crows.


Born: March 26, 1948 in Toronto, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Imagine a blend of Gary Numan, early Pink Floyd, Jean-Michel Jarre, and the Stranglers and you have a sense of Nash the Slash's music. Born in Toronto in 1948, for much of his musical career Jeff Plewman zealously guarded his identity, appearing on-stage as Nash the Slash with his face swathed completely in surgical bandages. One of music's true eccentrics, he was the type of artist who appeared on an instrumental LP that billed itself as playable at any speed. Plewman first surfaced as Nash the...
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