Triclops! - Cafeteria Brutalia mp3 downloadPerformer: Triclops!
Title: Cafeteria Brutalia
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Experimental Rock,Math Rock,Post-Rock,Indie Rock
Location: Lucky Cat, San Francisco, CA
Released: February 6, 2007
Date of recording: August 10, 2006
Size MP3 version: 1844 mb
Size FLAC version: 1605 mb
Size WMA version: 1235 mb
Format: AAC WMA WAV MP4 FLAC DXD
Genre: Pop Rock
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Triclops! was a San Francisco and Oakland-based Acid Punk/progressive rock band formed in 2005. They released two full-length albums, a 7" picture disc single, and an EP on noted independent record labels Gold Standard Laboratories, Alternative Tentacles, and Sick Room Records. Triclops! includes members of noted bay area bands Victim's Family, Fleshies, Bottles and Skulls, and Lower Forty-Eight.
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Triclops! albums are composed of lengthy, epic songs with often-spastic structures. Complex, aggressive guitar lines and a driving rhythm section competed for space with strongly melodic vocals, which were frequently obscured beneath a bevy of vocal effects; this sonic juxtaposition earned strong critical reactions, both positive and negative, for the band's releases. Noted for its powerful live show, in which singer John Geek frequently ventured into the audience,. Triclops! extensively toured the United States and Europe. Towards the end of 2007 they announced plans to release a new series of double 7" singles called Custom Made, which would feature bands choosing four songs; one something old, one something new, one something borrowed (a cover version) and one something blue (artists were free to interpret this as they feel).
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CreditsChristian Beaulieu - Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist
Phil Becker - Drums, Group Member, Layout Design, Member of Attributed Artist, Photography
Larry Boothroyd - Bass, Group Member, Guitar (Bass), Member of Attributed Artist
John Geek - Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Phil Manley - Engineer, Mixing
Triclops! - Primary Artist
Justin Weis - Mastering