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I tedeschi Throw That Beat In The Garbage Can
sono la quintessenza del pop piu` naif.
Il secondo Large Marge Sent Us (SpinArt), in particolare scodella ritornelli della portata di
Heaven Sent e When I'm Dead, si lancia in imitazioni comiche di surf (Acid Dj) e
country (Mummy Mummy), confessa il proprio debole per i cartoni animati (Batman
Stinks e I Wish I Was Mickey Mouse). The Cool Album accentua l'impressione che
il gruppo prenda le mosse dalle canzoncine di Jonathan Richman, da quei rituali per adolescenti gioviali e
German combo Throw That Beat In The Garbage Can
embody the quintessence of naive pop.
They debuted with three singles and the mini-album
Tweng (September Gurls, 1988), that were collected on the album
Large Marge Sent Us (September Gurls, 1989).
Klaus Cornfield sings power-pop refrains such as
Heaven Sent and When I'm Dead
and confesses his passion for the cartoons
(Batman Stinks e I Wish I Was Mickey Mouse),
while the band apes surf (Acid Dj) sand
country (Mummy Mummy).
Not Particularly Silly (Electrola, 1991) takes advantages from
a general improvement in technical skills, and showcases co-singer
The more professional arrangements further enhance the hummability of their
The Cool Album (Electrola, 1992) is a toned-down effort that seems
to borrow the romantic/happy-go-lucky stance
from Jonathan Richman's teenage rituals. The songs are more predictable
and wink at mainstream pop.
The band then veered the other way with
Superstar (Electrola, 1994), their most energetic and least soulful
Klaus Cornfield and Lotsi Lapislazuli also released the childish nonsense
Little Tigers (Musical Tragedies, 1991), a collection of nursery
rhymes and assorted jokes recorded in their bathroom.