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Fri, 25 Mar 2005

Operazone: The Redesign / Bill Laswell, Karl Berger & The Material Strings
Operazone is opera for people like me. People who have no interest in opera. At least not opera the way it's supposed to be performed.

Not that I know much about opera, beyond the fact that I don't like it. I did once make it through an entire act of The Flying Dutchman, which I think demonstrates the proper level of intestinal fortitude. (There were two more acts to go, which was more than my date and I could bear.) And I like opera when it doesn't sound like opera. Like OperaBabes, with their soaring voices and inventive arrangements. Or anything involving Bugs Bunny. Or these guys, who take operatic themes and jazz them up. Heck, if you don't tell me they're opera, how am I supposed to know to hate it?

Operazone: The Redesign
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