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Artist: Renaldo & The Loaf
Album: The Elbow Is Taboo
Song Notes: The Boys And Girls Are Lifting Up Their Plates: Some of y'all might remember "Hambu Hodo", what was posted up here a long, long time ago. Like maybe a year or so. And maybe I've put up another R&TL song up here, too. I don't remember. I should, anyway, because they are awesome. Anyway, "Hambu Hodo" was a cut from the Long Song Mix CD I did a while ago, and this was actually a contender for that spot. But "Hambu Hodo" is a bit catchier, so, there you go. This is from the same album, The Elbow Is Taboo, and it's the opening track, in fact—so I suppose both of these are opening cuts in a way (though who knows whether or not "Backstabber" will be once the full record comes out), Like a lot of their stuff, this is a cool, atmospheric piece that's a bit of a story, though not necessarily told in the straight sense. Listen to the lyrics, and they're pretty cool and rather unnerving, really, particularly when you get to the "payoff" or whatever you want to call it. I love this record—it's a bit hard to find, but if you ever come across it, definitely pick it up. It's the strongest of all the Renaldo & The Loaf records, and was unfortunately their last. But, man, what a way to go out, eh? - Rev. Syung Myung Me