Loto Ball Show   Levy on the Eyeway
Release Date: 2008

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4.0 excellentpoppybob | April 18th 08

Loto Ball Show's (starring Loto Ball from weirdo death punk band The Phantomb Limbs) debut album Levy on the
reeks of paranoid desperation - Bizarre to say the least... Like being sold tickets at a carnival to some
hellride that won't let you off.

Slightly reminiscent of Minimal Man's classic The Shroud Of, songs like "Dead Kiss" and "I Can Be Your Eyes"
have that same synth art-damage quality but with more of a punk edge. "Poseidon Waltz", "Oriental Danzig", and
"Loto Ball Show" sound like a death march performed at a late night cabaret held in an insane asylum. "Hoodlim"
leans more towards No Wave influence. Like Arto Linsday singing for The Contortions, or Gilbert Godfrey fronting the
Birthday Party with Lora Logic.

Other songs on Levy on the Eyeway are variations of these ingredients, blending a cacophonous stew of very
unique sounds. For those who like their synth/art-damage/no wave with more of a punk backbone, the Loto Ball
Show is definitely for you.


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