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Man - 2oz of Black Plastic With a Hole in the Middle (1989) Retail CD
On this, their second album, Man explored a number of different ideas and styles as they sought to define their own sound.The opening track, "Prelude/The Storm" sounds a lot like something that may have been created by the early Pink Floyd on one of their better days. After this, the music moves on to the more straightforward rock music that was to become the band's mainstay.The highlight of course is a very early version Spunk Rock one of the band's long time anthems. While fans of the band generally agree that this is not the finest, it is great to listen to the track here and then to see howmore… it developed. It was named Spunk Box here because the record company objected to the original title but somehow they changed the word that didn't offend them.There are a lot of rough edges to this CD but that is not really a surprise give that it dates from the earliest years of the band's career. As such it's appeal is limited and it does not make a good introduction to the band. If you are new to Man, you would be better off with something like "Be Good to Yourself at Least Once a Day" but if you have that and a couple of the other early to mid seventies CD, you will enjoy this CD.
|3||It Is As It Must Be|
|5||My Name Is Jesus Smith|
|6||Parchment And Candles|
|7||Brother Arnold's Red And White Striped Tent|
- Man - 2oz of Black Plastic With a Hole in the Middle (1989) Retail CD
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