Got a decent Canadian export for ya'll here. Spectacular in spots, even but will get to that in a moment. Having a mouthpiece (John Shirreff) who often sounded like Peter Murphy must have gotten Breeding Ground bullied with darkwave/goth accusations aplenty. Things weren't quite that convenient however, as BG's sonic tapestry was more attuned to the likes of The Fixx, Cactus World News, and even country-mates Frozen Ghost. And like many of the aforementioned these guys had a propensity for depth and echoing guitars, without ever getting too heady or pious (perhaps with the exception of Tales' anomalous "Happy Now I Know," which centers on Shirreff's apparent Christian leanings). And regarding those rather spectacular songs I mention in my opening - "Turn to Dust," the title piece, and the unlisted "Reunion," all typify what was so rewarding in the often nebulous realm of 'modern rock' in the '80s. Enjoy.
01. This Time Tomorrow
02. Turn to Dust
05. Tales of Adventure
06. Happy Now I Know
07. Reflections (in a coffee cup)*
08. *in the sun
ART NEVILLE "Mardi Gras Rock ‘n’ Roll" 1986 - Art Neville cut some of this LP’s most pertinent tracks right before serving in the Navy in the late '50s and never got the chance to properly promote the ...
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