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Forget Nothing
Lazer Boy
Forget Nothing
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All Artists: Lazer Boy
Title: Forget Nothing
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Freek Records
Release Date: 5/21/1996
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 017533006928, 785501002127

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Everett P. (ptv023)
Reviewed on 7/2/2008...
Wonderful UK postmodern psych, somewhat akin to Bongwater. On the Freek label, mid 90s home of Skullflower, Richard Youngs, etc. If you are into off-the-wall rock weirdness give this a listen, you won't be dissapointed.

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Taking Drugs to make music to take drugs to
Dotan Amir | Chicago, IL United States | 08/23/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

""So you sit in your lonely room and say to yourself "life is overrated..". After all, Zappa's dead for almost a decade, Hendrix's gone and Robert Wyatt's basically doing nothing that thrills you anymore. You have to admit that the Beatles wrote 'tomorrow never knows' 36(!) years ago, and between you and me, for how long can you keep playing Ummagumma and still maintain your social skills? You like Psychedelic music, but those Jefferson's Airplane's albums aren't getting any younger! Laying in bed at dark, daydreaming Syd Barret reveals to you and says: "move on with your life, my friend, psychedelic is dead" Right, you say! Wrong! David Lazenby ,Welsh, 1996, formed a band called LAZER BOY, and made this album on a deserted label 'Frees'. Don't bother looking for information about this group, because you won't find any, but I'll make it easy for you and tell you: there's nothing to know. 'Forget Nothing' is their only full album, and unless you're related to the lead singer or your aunt lives next to the Rough Trade music store in London, there's no way for you to put your hands on their other work (some singles and an e.p.), but that's o.k., ... Now for the good news: the album is a masterpiece! every track in it is an ode for that great genre in music, taking you back to those days in the 60's and 70's when everything must have been better. Take Brain Eno, the Soft Machine, Van Der Graaf Generator and Roger Waters and you're in the neighborhood. I can promise you that song no. 7, 'Crazy Business' will be stack in your head long after you'll take the cd out. For those of you who thought that there was no reason to live after Spaceman 3 broke up, and the Flaming Lips are to commercial, treat yourselves with this one, after all, life is O.K."