The Grassy Knoll paste together a creative assortment of elements and then soak them in barrels of dark atmosphere. Nothing on The Grassy Knoll sounds like anything else before it, save the snatches here and there of a trumpet call right out of Miles Davis, a stab at Hendrix, a bit of Duane Eddy guitar, and loads of eerie electronics which whisper into your ear only to explode your head seconds later. Any further description might throw you completely off track, so suffice to say that The Grassy Knoll is made up of great grooves intertwined with creepy quiet parts that you can dance to.
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AllMusic Review by James Chrispell