Urdog

Eyelid of Moon

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Eyelid of Moon Review

by John D. Luerssen

Progressive Rhode Island trio Urdog concocts inventive, abstract music for head-trippers on the follow-up to 2004's Garden of Bones. Heavily saturated by Jeff Knoch's Farfisa, the expressive kitwork of drummer/vocalist Erin Rosenthal, and acid guitar maestro Dave Lifriri, Urdog may be an acquired taste, but with hints of early Pink Floyd, Can, Amon Düül, and King Crimson, tracks like the instrumental "Path of the Meridians" and the offbeat "Robur, the Conqueror" will never bore the listener. "Nepenthe" is a soothing initiation to the colorful soundscapes that follow, and while it may not be for everyone, Urdog barks with life.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time Stream
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Urdog 03:58 Amazon
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Urdog 05:22 Amazon
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Urdog 08:32 Amazon
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Urdog 05:27 Amazon
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Urdog 13:09 Amazon
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