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Boomkat Product Review:
Rare recordings of a ‘lost’ album, documenting a turbulent affair in the 90’s. Reassembled unreleased and virtually unheard tracks; a softer, relaxed side. Features avant-vocalist Viv Corringham.
"Family Fodder, best known for their string of idiosyncratic, playful experimental post-punk singles such as Debbie Harry, Savoir Faire, Film Music and Playing Golf, have had a slew of recent activity.
New Family Fodder albums ‘Classical Music’ and ‘Variety’ together with vocalist Darlini Singh Kaul (daughter of original Fodder singer Dominique Levillain) were issued on The State 51 Conspiracy label. The early recordings ‘Monkey Banana Kitchen’, ‘Sunday Girls’ and ‘Schizophrenia Party’ were given respectful reissue treatments on CD and LP by German label Staubgold.
Alongside these releases Fodder godfather Alig Fodder has collaborated with Psapp and David Shrigley, and toured Europe with a revived 80’s Fodder line-up with new singer Bee Ororo."