Blind Man's Zoo - 10,000 Maniacs Reviews
Description:Released: 15 May 1989 / Label: Elektra/Asylum Records
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by - written on 18/11/12 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Blind Man's Zoo was the fourth studio album by the cult American group 10,000 Maniacs and released in 1989. This is much in the vein of previous albums with Natalie Merchant's distinctive and sublime vocals always meshing pleasantly with the melodic jingle jangle guitars of Robert Buck. If you had to be very pedantic though you could perhaps suggest that a lack of variation is starting to become more apparent by this point but then I suppose if you like this sort of music there isn't too much to complain about. Can get a trifle samey in places though and one can see why Natalie Merchant departed in the end to try something new with her solo career. I think 10,000 Maniacs Read the complete review
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