Lubircated Goat LP review [Black Eye]

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Lubircated Goat LP review [Black Eye]
Jun 1, 1989, 05:52



The first Lubricated Goat album was something like being in the middle of an earthquake in downtown Shanghai: Lots of crunching sounds, upheaval, things bursting and a lot of people dashing around yelling in funny voices. Paddock of Love hits more of a guitar groove from the start and lacks the sense of predictability Plays the Devils Music had.

There are still a lot of bleating horns and twisted guitar lines amid the more defined riffs. Paddock is vaguely reminiscent of the Butthole Surfers, but cuts a path all its own. Definitely an exception to the common image of Australia wah-wah monomania, this album strikes the right chords. By all accounts Goat chieftain, Stu Spasm is an authentic goofball and he has fashioned two fine LPs in a row. From the first cut, “In The Raw,” you know you're in the hands of a special friend [Black Eye]

-Bruce Adams

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