Brainiac - Bonsai Superstar mp3 album
Bonsai Superstar is the second album from the band Brainiac released on November 21, 1994. It is the first album on which guitarist John Schmersal appears, who remained as the band's lead guitarist until their break-up in 1997. Originally released through Grass Records on LP and CD formats, the album now out-of-print.
Before I even knew who Brainiac were, I always imagined a silly noise rock album with choppy guitar, heavy feedback, and electronic bloops being an ideal concept. It would be the kind of album where you know that everyone involved is having lighthearted fun with little to no restraint on their ideas. It would be a powerful tour de force of variety in vocal styles and techniques and would take many risky, yet successful moves. However, it would also be catchy, animated and not too lengthy
Bonsai Superstar (CD, Album, RE). Grass Records. Bonsai Superstar (13xFile, MP3, Album, 320). The Bicycle Music Company.
Whereas Smack Bunny Baby had shown Brainiac to be a band that was still developing, Bonsai Superstar is an astounding blast of cohesive madness. The band finds its voice and vision and moves light years ahead of their peers (as well as where they had been musically only a year earlier). From the opening moments of "Hot Metal Dobermans," it is apparent that listeners are in the hands of an assured, ambitious group of musicians - including the newly arrived John Schmersal on guitar
Album · 1994 · 13 Songs. See All. Smack Bunny Baby. Electro-Shock for President - EP. 1997. Hissing Prigs in Static Couture.
Bonsai Superstar is the second album from the band Brainiac released on November 21, 1994. It is the first album on which guitarist John Schmersal appears, who remained as the band’s lead guitarist until their break-up in 1997. Bonsai Superstar Q&A. Producers Eli Janney. Writers John Schmersal, Juan Monasterio, Tim Taylor & 1 more. More Brainiac albums. Electro-Shock for President. But lead singer Tim Taylor is the star of this show - his combination of a Betty Boop falsetto and an Elvis-style croon on "Flypaper" is mesmerizing, and his explosive strut through "Sexual Frustration" exudes pure star power.