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  • 01. PD2TB
    02. Dance to the Beat
    03. Song for the Eagles to Sing
    04. Silicone Prairie
    05. Lay in the Flowers
    06. America
    07. Open Module
    08. Born into Trouble
    09. Goodbye
    10. River of Time
    11. Picnic at Hanging Rock
    12. Song for Patrick Cowley
    13. Come Away
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    SILICONE PRAIRIE

    My Life on the Silicone Prairie

    [engl] Direct from Kansas City and encased in a layer of four-track analog glory comes the debut album from Silicone Prairie. You may have enjoyed Ian Teeple in action with Warm Bodies or The Natural Man Band, though Silicone Prairie is where Teeple has been focusing his solo creative energies over the past couple years, culminating in these 13 tracks. A trebly & jittery, landlocked Midwestern punk sound comes into effect straight out of the gate, much in the lineage of Gulcher's 'Red Snerts' comp or the Dow Jones side of 'Hoosier Hysteria' - with a dash of hardcore DEVO or even D.L.I.M.C. thrown in for contemporary spuds. But there's far more to Silicone Prairie - with quantitatively great songwriting and instrumentation bursting any preconceived sub-subgenre bubbles and occupying a kindred creative plain that made just about any Mould, Kirkwood, or Sage composition of the mid-80's oh so delightful & memorable. Heck, there's even a synth-heavy instrumental dedicated to electronic pioneer Patrick Cowley. 'My Life on the Silicone Prairie' dances across the sonic spectrum, from bedroom jangle to basement devolution, carrying big guitars, sharp synthesizers, and a hopeful grin into 2021 and beyond. A carefully crafted debut alive with the kind of creative rock'n'roll energy that simply cannot be quarantined, now or ever.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    05.02.2021
    Format
    LPcol
    Release-Datum
    05.02.2021
     

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