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Slightly Stoopid Closer to the Sun (2-CD)

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CD Details

  • Released: April 19, 2005
  • Originally Released: 2005
  • Label: Reincarnate Music

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 1.Intro
  • 2.Babylon Is Fallin
  • 3.Somebody
  • 4.Fat Spliffs
  • 5.Bandolero
  • 6.See It No Other Way
  • 7.Nothing Over Me
  • 8.This Joint
  • 9.Older
  • 10.Ain't Got a Lot of Money
  • 11.Till It Gets Wet
  • 12.Don't Care
  • 13.Basher
  • 14.Righteous Man
  • 15.Up on a Plane
  • 16.Waiting
  • 17.Closer to the Sun
  • 18.Zeplike
  • 19.Comb For My Dome
  • 20.Open Road

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.I Would Do For You
  • 2.Chaunch
  • 3.Thinkin Bout Cops
  • 4.Know You Rider

Product Description:

Slightly Stoopid: Kyle, Miles (vocals, guitar, bass guitar); OG (vocals, percussion); Rymo (vibraphone, drums).
Ocean Beach, California's Slighty Stoopid is a grassroots phenomenon, playing over 200 gigs per year to a huge network of rabid fans, while remaining almost completely outside of the major-label machine. Starting as an acoustic duo, frontmen Miles Doughty and Kyle McDonald developed a unique hybrid style that combines a druggy base of dub and roots reggae with touches of punk, metal, hip-hop, and psychedelia. CLOSER TO THE SUN is one of the expanded combo's most fully realized efforts, and sports a tight-but-relaxed ensemble sound that reveals the benefits of hard touring. "Somebody" features old-school turntable scratching and sampling matched with a funky acoustic guitar riff reminiscent of Jack Johnson. "See It No Other Way" is a hazy, echo-heavy dub groove with a guest toasting performance from reggae giant Barrington Levy. "Nothing Over Me" begins with a vintage video-game sample, before bursting into a wall of metallic guitars that recalls late-1980s Anthrax. A fascinating slice of deep reggae fed though the lens of the American jam-band underground, CLOSER TO THE SUN is an intriguing and hip-shaking listen.

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  • Sales Rank: 63,593
  • UPC: 801190120826
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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