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Boomkat Product Review:
Secretly Canadian give Bobb Trimble's long lost, unreasonably rare LPs a reissue, starting with this hoard of buried treasure from 1980. Iron Curtain innocence sounds quite unlike any other singer songwriter: partly because his voice has an odd intonation somewhere between Geddy Lee, Kate Bush and Marc Bolan, and partly because his compositions far exceed the sort of simple acoustic structures that dominate the genre, instead referencing the borderline prog of Pink Floyd or the theatrical flamboyance of early Queen. Heck, even the album sleeve harkens back to a better time: Bobb's wielding a Gibson SG in one hand and a machine gun in the other. No idea what he's trying to tell me, but you know... imagery, etc. Certainly an oddity, this captivating piece of lost Americana comes with a wedge of liner notes and photos of Bobb in his prime plus three bonus tracks, featuring great demo versions of album tracks.