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    Tojashakar

    6 years ago

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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bongwater - The Big Sell-Out at Discogs. Complete your Bongwater collection/5(94).
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    Dunos

    6 years ago

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Big Sell-Out on Discogs/5(26).
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    Modal

    6 years ago

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    It had some great stuff on it, but some of the stuff was very rough. I ripped the songs I liked and got one CD's worth of good material. I really like The Power of Pussy, and I think it is a great album throughout. On the Big Sell-Out, I liked 6 of the 18 songs, but I must 4/5(6).
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    Darn

    6 years ago

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    The first half of this album has a mid sixties psychedelic sound to it, except Free Love Mess Me Up, which sounds like sixties pop like something Brazil 66 would do. The second half of the album is more performance art, similar to something Laurie Anderson might do. This is a concept album 4/5(6).
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    JoJocage

    6 years ago

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    Felmaran

    6 years ago

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    What turned out to be Bongwater's last album before the acrimonious end of the personal and professional Magnuson/Kramer partnership was a sellout only in the sense of the slick cover art and presentation, tongues firmly in cheek. Otherwise, the blend of folk, shadowy psych weirdness, and satiric spoken word and lyrical jabs against the state of the world, specifically America, run as rampant.
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    Shakasho

    6 years ago

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    Jan 01,  · The first half of this album has a mid sixties psychedelic sound to it, except Free Love Mess Me Up, which sounds like sixties pop like something Brazil 66 would do. The second half of the album is more performance art, similar to something Laurie Anderson might do. This is a concept album about selling out.4/5(6).
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    Zulkishakar

    6 years ago

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    "Free Love Messes Up My Mind" is an excellent lounge pop song and "You're Like Me Now" is a dark, drumless 70's-style rocker with some decent guitar work. The best songs on the album are written by Magnuson and Kramer with second guitarist Hudson - maybe he provided some kind of balance to their separate interests.