Monday, December 28, 2009
No surprise that I love The Bubble Puppy, but it wasn't till recently that I found out they put out a second LP after moving to L.A. and changing their name to Demian.
It's more 70s rock than the previous record with nothing as fuzzed out as "Hot Smoke and Sassafrass" nor as dreamy and catchy as "Beginning". Still, it's a pretty cool album with a reworking of "Todd's Tune" and the opening track "Face in the Crowd" being a solid 70s rock stomper with a hooky guitar melody. David Fore went on to New Wave band D-Day and still plays music.
This CD is around 27 bucks from private sellers on amazon, so check it out here:
Peace Cannot Be Found Without Despair