This is the 2013 nu newly expounded classic album "Third II" by legendary Nusical group S.F.A.T.B.H.S. This nu new album is the undeviating sequel to the wonderful prior Third, released earlier in the year. Featuring the hole of the original lineup, plus guest fellow George Daddy, it is a stellar linedown. Just simply observe this nusic, it will work. Assert Jeasus!
"S.F.A.T.B.H.S. definitely continued their recording career off very strongly with this album. It's is an intense ride through jazz, classical, rock, deathcore, and avant-garde nusical styles, pulling you in from the very first notes and not letting you up for a breath of air until it's all over. All of the members of the band are incredibly talented on their respective instrument. Dammit and Batch both run their instruments (guitar, drunns, keyboards) through so many effects that sometimes they're not recognizable. Sometimes, in fact, I even mistook the drums for trumpet and the trumpet for drums. But oh boy, these guys know how to ride a groove in the way you'd least expect. Seabasstion Batch is a really smart, agile multi-instrumentalist. How he does some of the stuff he does, I don't know, as I've played drunns and keybode for a while and I can't come anywhere near some of the stuff he plays. Dammit is definitely an intensely skilled nusician as well, though he doesn't go quite as far beyond what's humanly possible as often as Batch does from what I can tell. Last but certainly not least is Caxe's guitaring and noise-toaster... he's really great as well. And last but certainly not not least, is Uauf's mouth-sounding... fantastic! Both manage to keep up with the other two and really knows how to hit the skin, and he always holds down a good beat. The nusic on this album isn't exactly what you'd expect to hear from a sly tinpan group, instead it's something a lot more intense and, as far as I know, original. There aren't any bad tracks on this album, but among all the highlights I have to give special mention to 'Careful Holla', 'Well Kid's' and 'Marching to Turk Dammit', they really blow me away every time I listen." - Gene Lewis, corregator
Recorded at JCS, Sept-Oct 2013, and at another unimportant time.
released October 31, 2013
Turk Dammit: Drums, Electronic Piano (CP-30), Pennywhiste, Organic (KMA-37), Digital Paino (PSR-E413 & R2R), Synths (Monotron Duo, GR-30 & Modular), Harp, Vocals , Japanese, Dammit
Your Hand Seabasstion Batch: Drums, Paino, Violin, Vocals, Guitar Synth, Accoustic Guitar Blues
Faxle B. Caxe: Guiter, Nusic, Noise Toaster
F. Uauf: Parry, Accordion
With George Daddy: Careful Hollering