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Girls Against Boys|House of GVSB

House of GVSB

Girls Against Boys

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House of GVSB saw the band continuing its winning streak, and while arguably it contained no real surprises after the powerful one-two punch of Venus Luxure and Cruise Yourself, it still showed the quartet at the top of its considerable game. The Ted Niceley/Eli Janney partnership once again took charge with no worries, and every last drum hit or aggro bass roar makes its considerable mark. As with the previous albums, some tracks were the unquestioned high points, in this case the opening roar of "Super-Fire," with some of Scott McCloud's best guitar work ever, a controlled blast of riffs, and "TheKindaMzkYouLike," which gives everyone the chance to break out the funky fresh beats in their own style -- feedback and all. The overdubbed chorus of "I'm sinking fast!" followed by another McCloud feedback drone makes for one heck of a conclusion. There are also the sly rhythms of "Disco Six Six Six," which not only benefits from Alexis Fleisig's playing but Janney's strong work on keyboard and McCloud's delivery, which -- instead of mostly being attractively belligerent -- actually shows a tender side. On the seemingly lighter side, the credit for "drum assistance and 808 supplied by Ken Tondre" becomes clear with the skittering opening beats on "Vera Cruz," Janney's squelching keyboard line amusingly offset by McCloud's regular low sighing groan and the full band adding in mostly on the choruses. Janney again has extra fun with falsetto backing vocals at various points, often to gently comedic effect -- the wordless "ah-ah-ah" part on the brutal swing of "Cash Machine" adds a wonderfully strange contrast to McCloud's regular piss-and-vinegar approach. The last track, "Zodiac Love Team," throws in a final curve ball with its echoing, clattering drum loop, almost a throwback to the industrial-tinged origins of the group, but here set in the middle of the band's own film noir feedback style.
© Ned Raggett /TiVo

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Super-fire
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Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Click Click
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1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Crash 17 - X-Rated Car
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Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Disco Six Six Six
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Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Life in Pink
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Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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TheKindaMzkYouLike
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Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Vera Cruz
00:04:29

Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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AnotherDroneInMyHead
00:03:41

Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Cash Machine
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Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Wilmington
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Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

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Zodiac Love Team
00:04:05

Girls Against Boys, Artist, MainArtist - Girls Against Boys (BMI), MusicPublisher

1996 Touch and Go Records 1996 Touch and Go Records

Descriptif de l'album

House of GVSB saw the band continuing its winning streak, and while arguably it contained no real surprises after the powerful one-two punch of Venus Luxure and Cruise Yourself, it still showed the quartet at the top of its considerable game. The Ted Niceley/Eli Janney partnership once again took charge with no worries, and every last drum hit or aggro bass roar makes its considerable mark. As with the previous albums, some tracks were the unquestioned high points, in this case the opening roar of "Super-Fire," with some of Scott McCloud's best guitar work ever, a controlled blast of riffs, and "TheKindaMzkYouLike," which gives everyone the chance to break out the funky fresh beats in their own style -- feedback and all. The overdubbed chorus of "I'm sinking fast!" followed by another McCloud feedback drone makes for one heck of a conclusion. There are also the sly rhythms of "Disco Six Six Six," which not only benefits from Alexis Fleisig's playing but Janney's strong work on keyboard and McCloud's delivery, which -- instead of mostly being attractively belligerent -- actually shows a tender side. On the seemingly lighter side, the credit for "drum assistance and 808 supplied by Ken Tondre" becomes clear with the skittering opening beats on "Vera Cruz," Janney's squelching keyboard line amusingly offset by McCloud's regular low sighing groan and the full band adding in mostly on the choruses. Janney again has extra fun with falsetto backing vocals at various points, often to gently comedic effect -- the wordless "ah-ah-ah" part on the brutal swing of "Cash Machine" adds a wonderfully strange contrast to McCloud's regular piss-and-vinegar approach. The last track, "Zodiac Love Team," throws in a final curve ball with its echoing, clattering drum loop, almost a throwback to the industrial-tinged origins of the group, but here set in the middle of the band's own film noir feedback style.
© Ned Raggett /TiVo

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