Saturday, September 20, 2008

LOS MICROWAVES-LIFE AFTER BREAKFAST, LP, 1981, USA




This crafty and tack sharp San Francisco art wave unit veer from Null And Void and Christian Lunch-like damaged synthy post punk to the askew femme vox new wave peppiness of The B-52's, Family Fodder and The Waitresses, though there's enough zippy synth and rhythm box bits littered throughout to qualify this as being at least tangentially minimal synth as well.

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9 comments:

Mr Fab said...

Yes! Was introduced to these guys thanks to one of the Rodney on the Roq comps. Now if you have the Baby Buddah "Music For Teenage Sex" album, me will really loves you long time.

vdoandsound said...

mr. fab- Here you go, courtesy of The Music Blog Of Saltyka And Friends...

Anonymous said...

Saltyka also has Los Microwaves "Life After Breakfast" but your bit rate is higher here. Thanks!

vdoandsound said...

anonymous-look more closely and you'll find that their evilshare link for it says "this link is deleted".

Anonymous said...

Oops, sorry. :O)

Mr Fab said...

Got the Baby Buddah. Man, my cup really runneth over now, thanks!

Gianni said...

this is a wonderful lp.
thank you Jim

Anonymous said...

Thanks a million! My tape was eaten in 1984. I am still looking for the David Microwave song "I Don't Want To Hold You".

Anonymous said...

Sweet mother of god! I have been looking for this little gem for ages! Thanks so much for sharing it with us, so appreciated!