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3 tracks, 11 minutes. Recorded by John Congleton (the pAper chAse) with the title track taken from "Panda Park", their third LP, and two exclusive tracks. The piano comes to the foreground in this Bowielike epic.
In 2003, 90 Day Men were really beginning to hit their full stride, releasing a single that shows maturity in both song construction and experimentation. The stripped down opening with an impelling piano melody, features spacious guitar strokes, dual vocals from Case and Lansangan, all of which lay atop a pseudo-military style drum march driving the song's final progressions to include cello and harpsichord. The second track immediately sets itself apart from the opening with the resplendent dual vocal harmonies of Lansangan and Lowe on 'Harlequin's Chassis', revealing 90 day men at their most melodic and delicate. Closing the single is the more lighthearted and sparse 'Eyes In The Road' where we find the band experimenting with loose synthesizer melodies, stumbling-to-melancholy piano and almost impeding drums. What we are left with can best be surmised by the question posed in the last lines of the title track..."Where do we go from here?"
1. Too Late or Too Dead
2. Harlequin's Chassis
3. Eyes In The Road
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