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"Champagne, Cocaine, Nicotine Stains shows Lydia Lunch surprisingly melodic.
The Jazzy grooves with Tommy Grenas and Len del Rio from the Anubian Lights (album on CDHW: Naz Bar), by their own admission admirers of 'Queen Of Siam', Lydias first solo project.
And they succeeded to transmit exactly this bar jazz atmosphere into electronic soundscapes, featuring Ms Lunch perfectly in the role of a nasty Cabaret Chanteuse.
About Lydia Lunch:
The best way to define the art of Lydia Lunch is simply not to.
She has proven to be one of the most interesting underground artists, with a huge output in all fields of art: music, books, spoken word performances, film, video, photography and poetry.
Her solo debut, 1980's Queen of Siam influenced an entire generation of underground bands and artists.
Since then she has been working with artists like Nick Cave and The Birthday Party ,Einsturzende Neubauten, Brian Eno, The Swans' Michael Gira, Marc Almond, Sonic Youth, Henry Rollins, just to mention a few.
cdhw027 | 10inch
01. nothing but trouble
02. champagne, cocaine and nicotine stains
03. potango tango
05. potango tango (rmx)