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Grotus

With their eccentric blend of disparate musical styles, San Francisco's Grotus fit in extremely well with the 1990s freewheeling alt-rock spirit -- so well, and so freewheeling, in fact, that hardly anyone remembers their existence. Birthed along with the decade itself, the quartet comprised of Lars Fox (vocals/samples), Adam Tanner (guitar/bass/samples), John Carson (bass/samples), and Bruce Boyd recorded several albums (including 1991's Brown, 1993's Slow Motion Apocalypse, and 1996's Mass) featuring heavily electronic/industrial distortions of alt-rock and metal -- all topped with often inscrutable, nearly dadaist lyrics decried in a schizophrenic array of voices. That Grotus managed to attract a small cult following almost goes without saying, but mass acceptance was probably never an option, so, after being juggled by a number of well-intentioned but equally perplexed independent labels, the group's career (also filled with several EPs and remix sets) finally ground to a halt in the late '90s, along with the alt-rock era's enthusiasm for anything so quirky. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia, Rovi
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forpheus
I meant to say that Lars had just started refining his style and technique and then Caput. Alas, i still dream about what the next album would have sounded like. Each one a leap to the next. Im a film maker now and I'm pipe-dreamin g about them doing a movie score.. Hey Lars, if your listening, you guys were so far ahead were still catching up.
Im the dude who kept bumpin into you at veggie resturaunts- - N e e c h a - t h o u s a n d face buddha, back in the day. Gave you guys the green bud at Ibeam
forpheus
Jade--i saw Grotus 25 times. And i have to say, that Lars was just developing a a diaphramic/l a r y n g e a l vocal style similar in mechanics to Tom Waits. The vocals were the center, plus he used to play a three piece stand-up drum-set and go into dance traces live. Nobody has done that, not even Paula Abdul. The vocals and the percussion were the center. But i like your forthright approach---Y o u keep keeping on!
I remember them. Saw them twice in Spokane. Slow Motion Apocalypse was OK but Brown was great. They were fun live but the lead singer just didn't have the vocals to make it work over-all.

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