Let's turn it over to "The Bishop": "Cats and Kittens... It's time to leave the Blue Hawaiians and Tiki Torches to Trader Vic; What we have here are hi-ball, low brow, NOW SOUNDS, played by outlaws. But you see, these condemned men, don't hang, they swing! Need somebody taken out? Bourbon, brass knuckles, and black leather interiors are the tools of the trade for this dynamic duo.
Who drives? James Kimball, of course, with a firm hand and a lead foot. Don't make him show you why they call them suicide doors!! Shotgun? Duane Denison. Slightly more refined, but no less dangerous than a rattlesnake. He's what they call a ringer. Let's leave it at that." Plainly put, two guys from The Jesus Lizard pull an after hours gig playing daddy's music: melody, harmony and rhythm presented in a simple, yet elegant manner. Oh, and by the way, when they come to town...
Check your wallet now and again.
FUN FACT(S): "Walls In The City" is the DK3's soundtrack debut. The movie is available from Provisional Video and stars The Jesus Lizard's vocalist David Yow, along with Tony Fitzpatrick and Bill Cusack.
released October 3, 1994
Duane Denison: guitars
James Kimball: brushes and bongos
supported by 4 fans who also own “Walls In The City”
Fantastic album all round, IDLES smashed it again.
Ne Touche Pas Moi is a track about bodily autonomy. Full of positive messages (as ever from this band), and has the added bonus of being hilarious to a native French speaker: Even though they left the poor syntax in intentionally the song's title and chourus of "don't me touch" always brings a smile to my face. nob2607