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Sprung from the fertile musical ground of the early '90s San Diego scene, Heavy Vegetables stood out and apart from their contemporaries with hyperspastic mood-swings mixed with complex melodies and baffling dynamics that made their performances the stuff of legend. After yielding two groundbreaking records and while at the top of their game, they called it quits. Now, 11 years after their last studio album, the band have reformed as Other Men and seem to have picked up directly from where they left off. Instead of treading the sounds of the past, Other Men seem intent on creating new sounds from the depths of a played-out genre.
Sprung from the fertile musical ground of the early '90s San Diego scene, Heavy Vegetables stood out and apart from their contemporaries with hyperspastic mood-swings mixed with complex melodies and baffling dynamics that made their performances the stuff of legend. After yielding two groundbreaking records and while at the top of their game, they called it quits. Now, 11 years after their last studio album, the band have reformed as Other Men and seem to have picked up directly from where they left off. Instead of treading the sounds of the past, Other Men seem intent on creating new sounds from the depths of a played-out genre.
895283000126

Details

Format: CD
Label: TMPR
Catalog: 30001
Rel. Date: 03/20/2007
UPC: 895283000126

Wake Up Swimming
Artist: Other Men
Format: CD
New: IN STOCK AT OUR STORE $16.99 Used: Used Items are fully guaranteed to be free from defects, and good as new.
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Other People
2. Strapped
3. Kind of off to the Side a Bit
4. Self-Fulfilling Boss Coffee Vending Machine Prophecy
5. In This Wind
6. Uhhhh...
7. Anaglyphic
8. Indiscriminate Proposals of Little Mercy
9. Total Nutcase
10. False Positives
11. Bullet Train to Jimbo's

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Sprung from the fertile musical ground of the early '90s San Diego scene, Heavy Vegetables stood out and apart from their contemporaries with hyperspastic mood-swings mixed with complex melodies and baffling dynamics that made their performances the stuff of legend. After yielding two groundbreaking records and while at the top of their game, they called it quits. Now, 11 years after their last studio album, the band have reformed as Other Men and seem to have picked up directly from where they left off. Instead of treading the sounds of the past, Other Men seem intent on creating new sounds from the depths of a played-out genre.
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