60) Armond White Music Review of the Son Of Bazerk album “Bazerk, Bazerk, Bazerk” -1991-
“This isn’t just boasting; Son Of Bazerk’s adept self-description is
simultaneously proof of the very improvisatory skills implied by his testimony. Son Of Bazerk’s bragging surpasses crude vanity and achieves comic heroism. “Are You Wit Me?” asks if you understand where Son Of Bazerk is coming from, because the sense of his inflated fantasy and glorified prowess recalls a cultural mode so trashy and vivid, a listener may forget to consider that it’s also classical. That word still doesn’t sound right for pop music, but its meaning as an…”
Music Video: “Change The Style” — Son Of Bazerk
Music Video: “The Band Gets Swivey On The Wheels” — Son Of Bazerk
To read more of Armond White’s take on the Son Of Bazerk album Bazerk, Bazerk, Bazerk; purchase a new or used copy of The Resistance: Ten Years of Pop Culture That Shook The World.
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