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Fri, 02 Jun 2006

Bathtub / Fono & Serafina
If I were a "glass half full" kind of guy, I'd see my complete lack of information on Bathtub and its performers as a blessing. I mean, if I don't know anything, it'll make for a really short review, right? Even Google let me down; aside from two sites that post informtion on new iTMS albums (and which know no more than the iTMS provides, which in this case is nothing) and two sites that seem full of random foreign words, all we have is a link to last year's American Samoa Telephone Directory. And somehow I don't think that's gonna help.

So I can't tell you anything more than you can hear for yourself. Which is as it should be, assuming you like Icelandic-sounding vocals and a cool electronic accompaniment. Or even if you don't.

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