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ARTIST
TITLE
Subliminal Kill
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
TSR 008CD TSR 008CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
4/5/2005

Panico are contemporary Chilean, no-wave influenced rock, who are compared to Le Tigre, DFA, Les Georges Leningrad, and Chicks on Speed. This is their first available release outside of Chile, brought to the world via the almost mythical taste-making label, Tigersushi. An all-Chilean gang that used to haunt the streets of Santiago under the mystic gaze of the South-American sun, they have come a long way and together have been associated with more than ten major releases in their homeland of Chile. Now, after a bizarre chance encounter in a Parisian bookstore, they became full-fledged Tigersushi artists and are quite simply, ready to rock. A dashing collection of never before heard singles, Subliminal Kill puts together the best of European electronics. It kicks off with the mutant ESG meets Os Mutantes dub of "Que Pasa Wey," with maelstrom after maelstrom of noise, superb bass grooves, psychedelic mayhem, and serious rock-riffing. From "Transpiralo" -- blessed with the guest appearance of UK's Crazy Girl -- to "Anfetaminado", it is a mad cascade of pure Latin energy ("Lupita") and raucous ("Ice Cream"), abrasive ("Iguana") punk. This is as if Joey Ramone was born in Mexico only to discover Iggy Pop was his next door neighbor and that they could play in the same garage as Keith Moon. All you have to do is to "feel the sun burning your eyes" and let this roll on.