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Cream Abdul Babar
Excavation 1995-1998 (Public Guilt)

By: Mike SOS

Even though this Florida septet's name is pretty silly, there's nothing comical about its musical onslaught. This collection is a twin CD package, digging up the entire group's out of print material for a convenient one-stop shop, hence the album title Excavation. Cream Abdul Babar's decade-long lifespan has been considerably successful when you factor that they are by far one of the most odd heavy bands on the scene. What else would you expect an outfit with a trombonist that plays hardcore? How about some noisy, yet catchy songs like "Shithead", that play like a surf rock tune gone awry. And with songs with names "Jennifer Aniston's Pussy" and "...And Afterwards There's Cake", be prepared for a slab of humor inside of the musical madness, almost as if Rockets from the Crypt, Faith No More, and Unsane merged into one giant super group like Parliament Funkadelic. For those that enjoy a challenge, check out this band's early work.
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