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Also, thank Romantic Me - Polyrock - Polyrock (8-Track Cartridge so much for the meticulous information here. Post a Comment. Produced by Phillip Glass, this eclectic effort garnered the band excellent reviews and plenty of airplay on Alternative and College Radio as well as fledgling video shows pre-MTV.
Yet by the time Polyrock arrived at the partythe best hats were already taken, and somehow they got swept into the second wave of new wave artists like Suburban Lawns and Flying Lizards. Polyrock deserved better, but timing is everything in music. Led by brothers Billy and Tommy Robertson, this sextet made intelligent, agitated music that threw giddy melodies into the boiling stew of atonal angst and restless rhythms.
Another great album by a talented band. Their stuff is hard to find but when you do find it, get it. You won't be disappointed. Produced by Phillip Glass, this release continued in the same vein as the debut, although it contains more musical textures and a maturity in songwriting. Inpost-punk is alive and well, and perhaps now these guys will get the attention they rightly deserved all these years.
The compact arrangements, fast rhythms and repetitive melodies remain, but the end result is more varied and more fun. As with their debut, roughly half of the songs are instrumentals. In Romantic Me - Polyrock - Polyrock (8-Track Cartridge field of alternative rock circaPolyrock fell on the artistic side of the fence.
Their melodies are actually meticulous textures, crafted to achieve correct angles like a sonic sculpture. Watching David Byrne sing was like watching James Brown; you kept waiting for the guy to hit the wall and collapse. Polyrock never generated that kind of energy; perhaps they were too rigid.
Having worn out vinyl copies of both of these albums years ago, I can testify Album) the utter brilliance of this music.
That neither of these albums set the music world on fire shouldn't surprise anyone, Romantic Me - Polyrock - Polyrock (8-Track Cartridge. Commercial, it's not. Intelligent, well-played and spectacularly-produced, it is. Open your ears, buy these discs and hear what you've been missing.
Polyrock went kaput far too soon. Or maybe they were just a half step from breakthrough Finally, after about 20 years without, I've got me some Polyrock again, and I feel all the dumber for letting them escape my direct attention for all these years.
If you've heard and liked Cowboys International, you'd like Polyrock. Polyrock combines minimalist repetition the Glass influence with electro-pop and smart, aware songs, then strips it all down to skin and bone for extremely singleminded dance music. Fascinating in its extremity. Changing Hearts follows the same basic pattern but loosens up the sound, occasionally breaking away from austere dance music for a taste of straightforward pop, including a reworking of the Beatles' "Rain.
Following Tommy's departure which left Polyrock a notably improved five-piecehis brother produced Above the Fruited Plain, five tracks with more character and melody than any of the group's previous releases.
No Love Lost is a posthumous collection of and live performances, plus unreleased studio demos dating up to The opening track, "Midnight Train" is the album's best, but the rest is also enjoyable, a not-spectacular collection not far removed from the Woodentops or early James.
Strongly influenced by minimalism, the group was produced by the composer Philip Glass and Kurt Munkacsi. The group signed with RCA byand delivered their debut album that same year. They were often compared by critics to Talking Heads, another band of the same era, though they never approached that band's fame "Hi my name is Lenny Aaronone of the original members of Polyrock. I'm not sure why I'm writing to you except to thank you for your interest in our Romantic Me - Polyrock - Polyrock (8-Track Cartridge deceased band.
I do believe it was a great time for music. I will give you a quickview of the band members. Billy Robertson is living in Europe. Curt Cosentino died a few years back. I was very close with him and it was incredibly sad. I haven't heard from Joey Yanecce in years but he was living in New Jersey and doing well. Cathey Oblasney I believe is living in Brklyn. I was so surprised a few years ago when a friend downloaded all our music from [a well-known P2P service] and gave it to me on cd.
I don't know if you know but we were never happy with the production of our albums. We were much better live. Saying something like, Wow, look at me 63 and still going.
Anyway, thanks for your interest and kind words Romantic Me - Polyrock - Polyrock (8-Track Cartridge our band. It really felt good to me and Tommy when we discovered it together surfing the net. Regards,Lenny I want to say thank you to everyone who has written to me about Polyrock over the last several months and I apologize for not responding to all of you personally. The offers of money to create CD's, requests for any copies of the music, and just thank you notes are being forwarded to the band in small increments.
I know that they appreciate your kind words as well. However, their sound is more stripped down than the Ocean Blue's.
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