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Music Reviews

Screaming Females - Castle Talk
»Screaming Females
Castle Talk
Don Giovanni
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - The Social Network [Original Soundtrack]
»Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
The Social Network [Original Soundtrack]
The Null Corporation
Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest
Halcyon Digest
No Age - Everything in Between
»No Age
Everything in Between
Sub Pop
Robyn - Body Talk Pt. 1/ Body Talk Pt. 2
Body Talk Pt. 1/ Body Talk Pt. 2
The Walkmen - Lisbon
»The Walkmen
Fat Possum
The Amazing Adventures of Pleaseeasaur
Comedy Central

Rating: 7/10 ?

October 25, 2007
Expecting a band, it was more than a little surprising when some guy jumped on stage for Pleaseeasaur's set and started singing goofy songs accompanied by equally goofy projected visuals and props. Costumes where even involved, as I think I remember the singer wearing a giant Christmas tree outfit. As if not already enough of a spectacle, Pleaseeasaur songs were about "Shit Brown Camaros" and how "Strangers Have the Best Candy."

Pleaseeasaur has become a borderline legend amongst my group of friends. The name will come up ever so randomly, all of us laughing as we think about the time that they were the first opening "band" on a bill long since forgotten. Having seen them a very long time ago, I was shocked when I came to possess information that the group had recently released a comedy album. Alas, listening to Pleaseeasaur's songs is a poor substitute for seeing them performed live.

I guess it speaks highly of the group that so many years later I can still recall Pleaseeasaur's performance, even though I have absolutely no idea who followed them that night or what night it even was. Unfortunately, The Amazing Adventures of Pleaseeasaur, while funny enough for a 7/10 rating, does nothing to enhance that memory.

Reviewed by Kevin Alfoldy
An aspiring global adventurer who cut his teeth on the sandy beaches and dirty bitches of Southern California, Kevin Alfoldy now spends his non-vacation days in Brooklyn, New York, where he occasionally finds the time to rub the crust out of his eyes long enough to contribute reviews and feature articles for LAS. A longtime staff member, Kevin also captains the tattered, often half-sunk raft of EPmd, our irregular column of EP reviews.

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