This item is to the best of our knowledge available to us from the supplier and should ship to you within the time-frame indicated. If there are any unforeseen issues with availability we will notify you immediately
Boomkat Product Review:
The now disbanded Sun City Girls composed a number of film soundtracks, ranging from 1988's The Big Eye to 2004's Male Fantasy. Somewhere along the way they even contributed to the soundtrack for Harmony Korine's documentary on David Blaine's Above The Below silliness (you remember: the thing where he suspended himself in a box over the Thames for 44 days). Juggernaut is an as yet unreleased film (at least in any official capacity) by Mark Roman Bodnar and Kyrill Kazemirovitch Protsenko, which featured this original score, recorded in 1993. Messrs Bishop, Bishop and Gocher certainly managed to come up with a diversely formulated tangle of styles and moods, with an opening phase of free-rock improvisations and angular guitar noise ('Gravelhead', 'Outskirts Of The Possible') that abruptly shifts into an odd neon-hued ambience ('My Friend Nothing', 'Expendable City') only to dabble with the kind of afro-jazz percussion workouts you might hear in a Sun Ra recording. The weirdest (and probably best) track is saved for last with the desperately odd 'Among All Flat', which features odd, sparkling drones and strained, falsetto vocal outbursts. Magic.