"All over the place, swinging through dark pop, atmospheric instrumentals, and demented circus music ... unique music with great personality." -- Pitchfork "This is it ... he's finally treated the faithful to a masterpiece." -- All Music Guide "Original, unique, and packed full of imagery, if this was a film, it would be the best you've ever seen." -- London Sun "Just as breathtaking as his other work, only more memorable." -- Chord
Acclaimed audio/visual and textual artist Barry Adamson (of Nick Cave's Bad Seeds and legendary art-punks Magazine) returned in 2006 with his sixth studio album--a debut release on his own label called Stranger on the Sofa. Seen by some as the natural successor to 1996's Oedipus Schmoedipus in its dark delivery, twisted humor, and mind-bending ease of genre shift, Stranger on the Sofa has so far only received a low-key release in the US despite its gathered accolades. An hour of Adamson's finest work in the fields of rock, soundtrack, instrumental freak-outs, and future-jazz.
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