Stampede (Critters Buggin album)

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Stampede
Studio album by Critters Buggin
Released 2004
Recorded By Mel Dettmer at The Craft, Litho and Aleph and by S. Husky Höskulds at Litho; all tracks mixed by Mel Dettmer at Aleph
Length 53:03
Label Ropeadope Records
Producer Matt Chamberlain; "Toad Garden" by Chamberlain and Eric Rosse
Critters Buggin chronology
Amoeba
(1999)
Stampede
(2004)

Stampede is a studio album by Critters Buggin of Seattle, Washington recorded and released in 2004.[1] Although categorized as jazz, funk and rock reviews of Stampede mostly noted it as unique and boundary defying. Reviews also described it as similar to the electronic period of Miles Davis.[2][3] Dave Segal of The Stranger stated the album "take(s) rewarding detours down psychedelic jazz corridors and non-kitsch exotica parlours."[4]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [2]
All About Jazz [3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hojo" - 4:27
  2. "Panang" - 5:54
  3. "Cloudburst" - 4:07
  4. "Sisa Boto" - 3:46
  5. "Persephone Under Mars" - 5:12
  6. "We are New People" - 6:34
  7. "Toad Garden" - 4:18
  8. "Punk Rock Guilt" - 3:22
  9. "Nasty Gnostic" - 5:02
  10. "Dorothy" - 3:30
  11. "Open the Door of Peace" - 6:50

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ liner notes
  2. ^ a b Hal Horowitz Stampede : Review allmusic.com
  3. ^ a b John Kelman Stampede allaboutjazz.com, September 12, 2004
  4. ^ Dave Segal, Up & Coming | CRITTERS BUGGIN, CANNED HAM The Stranger, Oct 28 – Nov 3, 2004 issue