[Nagnagnag] Nobody got URP for Christmas I guess?

bhaas swanhunter57 at mac.com
Fri Jan 9 02:13:02 EST 2004

I think I can honestly say I liked this from the get-go, more so than 
any of his recent releases. Meaty, beaty, big and bouncy, as someone 
wiser than me once said. But then again, my favorite of all of Kirk's 
non-CV releases is the first Nitrogen disc. Play me a great riff, and 
you can play it all night long, you know?

On Jan 8, 2004, at 4:20 PM, Pat Slade wrote:

> Hey naggers,
> Have the times changed that much?  A new Kirk album comes out, and the 
> response on the nag list is nil?
> We've talked about it a little at the Cab club, and I've exchanged a 
> few emails with folks offlist, but I can't believe we have gone this 
> long since the release, and as far as I can recall, nobody has chimed 
> in here at the naglist with either an "It Rocks!!" or an "It Sucks!!"
> What gives?  I've been busy too, but when a new Kirk release doesn't 
> even garner any comments in the weeks to follow, well, I gotta wonder 
> why.
> To start hopefully at least one reply here's a small take from me:  I 
> received it xmas eve, and tossed it into the cd player.  I'll be 
> honest, on first listen, I was looking for, I don't know, something 
> either new, or earth-shatteringly beat driven that I would be worried 
> about paint flaking off the walls.  Since neither of those two things 
> happened, I played it again, and have to admit, ole Kirky seduced me 
> again...I really dig the beats when he lays them down, and even though 
> they weren't as heavy as I as hoping, Die Anglotzen pays the bills, 
> and I like the disco swirl of Damascus.  The album has grown on me 
> since.  I am still trying to decide if I like this dance party cd more 
> or less than his other more thematic albums.
> Anybody else have any other thoughts on this one?
> pat
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