"insignificance is the result of two years of intensive work and the culmination of seven years of exploration and growth by this unusual and powerful Brooklyn-based band. After the critical success of Barbez's self-titled full length debut on Important Records, they've returned with a groundbreaking sophomore album and a new Theremin player who Bob Moog has called the single 'greatest living' Theremin player on Earth. While Insignificance maintains Barbez's trademark ethno-punk-cabaret, the compositions have become more tight, more spacious, more frenetic and more explosive. Insignificance has more of a compositional complexity and careful instrumentation than Barbez's debut, promising to be a classic in this burgeoning sub genre known as punk-cabaret." (label info)
in stock | US| 2005| vg++/m-| IMPORTANT RECORDS | 8.00

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