Op Zop Too Wah - Adrian Belew Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Classic Rock / Artist: Adrian Belew / Import / Audio CD released at Passenger / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Of Bow and Drum 2 Word Play Drum Beat 3 Six String 4 Conversation Piece 5 All Her Love Is Mine 6 I Remember How to Forget 7 What Do ... more
Op Zop Too Wah - Adrian Belew ... Forget
7 What Do You Know?, Pt. 1
8 Op Zop Too Wah
9 Plate of Words
10 Time Waits
11 What Do You Know?, Pt. 2
12 Modern Man Hurricane Blues
13 In My Backyard
14 Plate of Guitar
15 Live in a Tree
16 Something to Do
18 High Wire Guitar
19 Sky Blue Red Bird Green House
20 Ruin After the Rain
Newest Review: ... in his home studio with seemingly little regard for the conventions of the genre, whatever exactly that is. As ever, it's his ... more
Customer Op Zop Too Wah - Adrian Belew Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/03/08 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Finally, Adrian Belew has stopped trying to gain favour with a mainstream audience that would never really accept him, and has thrown himself fully into creating experimental, avant garde and primarily weird music to give orgasms to his fan base. 'Op Zop Too Wah' is Belew's most experimental record up to this point, and it doesn't even matter that so much of it is obviously forced when the end result is this entertaining and amusing. This is just the sort of avant garde I like: music that messes around, doesn't take itself too seriously, and at some points is even possible to appreciate on a musical level. It should be obvious what you're getting from the ... Read the complete review
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