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Turing Machine "Bitte, Baby, Bitte"
Here’s the deal: I aim for perpetual dailyness. A post a day shouldn’t be too big of a drag, and with just the tiniest amount of prepwork would be easily within reach. But Monday they had me in training, and Tuesday I was out sick (with one hell of a headache and an ornery gut), so this early bulwark in our burgeoning media empire has gone untended to for a little while. To make up for it, I’ll have three posts today. Yes, a massive undertaking, but one that I am dedicated to see through to completion. ‘Cuz, you know, I’m all about giving the three of you free shit.
First up: “Bitte, Baby, Bitte”
, by the Turing Machine
. My review
of their latest alb Zwei
is up at DOA
today, if’n you want to know my semi-pro opinion. Zwei
is halfway to dullsville, but when it’s on, it’s on to the full extent of the law. Like on “Bitte, Baby, Bitte”, a very long, yet pivotal, entry into the kraut-punk canon. Not for those that are impatient or that dislike that which is good and/or worthwhile, “Bitte Baby Bitte” insistently hammers down the point that, at least during these thirteen minutes, the Turing Machine can be as tops as anybody.
Buy it here