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Boo and Boo Too posts two additional tracks from its much-praised debut album "No Tempo." Go grab 'em now!

posted Dec 16, 2008, 1:55 PM by Vu Nguyen
From Fanatic

FANATIC PRESENTS:

 

BOO AND BOO TOO

No Tempo

(Ironpaw / Chomp Womp Records)

 

“… their new full-length No Tempo, is a stunner.” – RCRDLBL


 

TOOLS

 

a. MP3s: (NEW) “OBVIOUSLY“ | (NEW) “NO TEMPO“ | “I'LL BE YOUR WHORE

 

 

b. E-CARD W/ FULL ALBUM STREAM: HERE

 

c. E-CARD EMBED CODE: <a href="http://www.fanaticpromotion.com/projects/booandbootoo-lp/ecard" target="new"><img src="http://www.fanaticpromotion.com/projects/booandbootoo-lp/ecard/ecard-banner.jpg"></a>

 

d. BIO & HI-RES ARTIST IMAGES: HERE

 

e. WEBSITES: BOO AND BOO TOO | BOO AND BOO TOO MYSPACE  

 

IN THE PRESS

 

Boo And Boo Too are a Lawrence, Kansas sextet with fang to spare. Specializing in incredibly muscular, sleeves-rolled-up guitar rock that throws up great walls of fly paper melody, their new full-length No Tempo, is a stunner. ‘I Know Nothing’s Alright’ is that album’s towering opener and its squalls, like those in standout ‘No Tempo,’ are some of the most breathtaking I’ve heard in a while...” – rcrdlbl.com

 

“[No Tempo] continues on as a work of sweltering hard driving claustrophobia intermingled with shoegaze, NYC noise, and a dark myopia reminiscent of The Cure’s Pornography.” – parasitesandsycophants.com

 

“But what makes No Tempo such a damn listenable record is that Boo and Boo Too are able to draw from several areas of music’s past and blend all their influences into a sound that’s familiar before it’s fresh. It’s loud without being obnoxious, current without being too trendy, and vintage shoegaze without being patronizing. In its entirety, No Tempo is as straightforward an offering of bottled manicisim as one can get.” – baeblemusic.com

 

No Tempo plays like a drug-induced, ragged hodgepodge of shoegaze, noise, punk-rock vocals, and droning My Bloody Valentine-esque guitars.” – thankscaptainobvious.net

                                                                                                                                 

“Gorgeous and ugly at the same time, No Tempo is filled with bar band moments that evolve into something more fit for an occult megachurch.” – haveyouheard.net

 

“With expansive vocals over powerful drumming and the occasional stringent riff, Boo and Boo Too builds a trajectory at once wistful and confident, gorgeous and rough, vulnerable and uncompromisingly defiant.” – collegeotr.com

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