Tuesday, 2 September 2014

The Momes - "Spiralling" (Woof Records ‎– WOOF 011) 1989

What do you get if you combine The Work with Unrest,Work and Play? No, not Unrest,Work,Work and Play. We get The Momes, which is French for The Brats,or the Kids, by the way(but should have one of those little hats over the 'O':mômes).
What does this combination sound like? Well,pretty much like Unrest,Work,Work and Play.
Yup, more disjointed art rock; Wot you don't get much of in these boring,boring ,times.
An Avant Rock in opposition super group,if ever there was one?


A1 Lobby
A2 Friday
A3 Mirror Egg
A4 Bloodsucking Babies
A5 Ghosts
A6 Locus Swarm
B1 Core Of Water
B2 Dog
B3 World Is Only Turning
B4 Nitrate Mine
B5 Slab


Rekac said...

this is 10/10 album

unbelievably unheard

Jonny Zchivago said...

Yes astonishing! Its problem was that it was released in 1989,when every idiot in the UK was luvved up on E's,and swinging a tambourine about in a stripy top and baggy trousers. An awful time for music.

Thomas said...

This is amazing!

pinkpressthreat said...

Thank y'sir

Benb Gallaher said...

What a riveting record. As a very young person starting to play music in the 1990s, The Momes' sole LP was a failsafe blast of oxygen amid the torpor. In hindsight, I would have given it even more artention.