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  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Quick-Change Gems for Art-Rock Lovers, March 6, 2001
    By 
    “lablom” (Montreal) –

    This review is from: Harmolodic Jeopardy (Audio CD)

    Filled with short, powerful little ditties, this is the perfect album to sit along side your Naked City, God is My Co-Pilot and Mr. Bungle releases. Suitably, Dim Sum Clip Job is a band composed of well-known Downtown rockers Laura Cromwell, Chris Cochrane and Kenny Wolleson–and is produced by avant-auteur, John Zorn himself. Shrouded in a punk aesthetic, this album nonetheless manages to overcome the “power-chord” simplicity of the genre and opts instead for a conceptual approach to rock. Quoting freely from the tropes of surf, thrash, Japanese-noise and prog, this album raises the bar of art-rock to ecstatic levels. The highlight of the album, as well as the most challenging track, is a four-minute sound-collage of breaking glass that conjures up images of a football-riot looting spree. Take out your agression with a few listens of this.

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