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Bagheera

Bagheera: TwelvesTwelves (2004)
Asian Man Records

Reviewer Rating: 2.5


Contributed by: KirbyPuckettKirbyPuckett
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In the same nature as Mates of State, Bagheera introduce themselves as a male / female rock duo. Theodore Moll (MU330, Climber) and Heather Dallape (Climber) recorded thirteen dynamically crafted Indie-pop songs for their debut on Asian Man Records "Twelves." This pair is going to pull resemblan.
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In the same nature as Mates of State, Bagheera introduce themselves as a male / female rock duo. Theodore Moll (MU330, Climber) and Heather Dallape (Climber) recorded thirteen dynamically crafted Indie-pop songs for their debut on Asian Man Records "Twelves."

This pair is going to pull resemblances to the aforesaid Mates of State, along with Rainer Maria, Flaming Lips, etc. While Bagheera collects the upbeat glory of those acts they're not just a second rate cover band. Exploring a broad scope of the musical spectrum, a third of this toe-tapping disc could be classified as "experimental." When lyrics of love, nostalgia, and sci-fi won't suffice why not express instrumentally? Moll and Dallape deliver everything from charming vocal harmonies, bouncy guitar riffs, Punk bass lines, and even some electronic bells and whistles!

Bagheera isn't as cute and probably won't be considered as hip, when compared to their peers. But they've got the talent and the spunk to one day be found in "Listening to: " on everyone's LiveJournal. Till then, just relax and enjoy what this twosome has to offer.

 

 
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Fine Print: The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. We are not respon sible for them in any way. Seriously.
GreenVandal (May 3, 2004)

The struggle continues (link 80's most recent album) is my favorite ska cd ever. They need to STOP with that desa bullshit and get back to rocking out the way they were ment to.

Anonymous (May 3, 2004)

diarrhea

Anonymous (May 2, 2004)

"theyâ??ve got the talent and the spunk to one day be found in "Listening to: " on everyoneâ??s LiveJournal"

score is for that line.

Anonymous (May 1, 2004)

to ted the bellhop, i too recently had them listed in the current music section of the lj and since you already acknowledged this acute observation of kirby's, it's double dicks for me

Anonymous (April 30, 2004)

shoulda gave them more stars kirby!

i12e

KirbyPuckett (April 30, 2004)

Wasn't Bagheera the panther in Jungle Book?

Yup.

- Kirby

Ted_The_Bellhop (April 30, 2004)

This is actually alot better then I thought it would be.

Anonymous (April 30, 2004)

i actually had them on my livejournal under current music. dicks for me.

skankin_in_the_pit (April 30, 2004)

What ever happened to MU330?

Also, while on the subject of good bands vanishing, whatever happened to Link 80? I know the old singer died (rip), but is the band still going with the new singer?

MU330 are going on a full U.S. tour in July/August.I can't wait to see them at Summer Of Ska.

Link 80's been on hiatus since early 2002. A couple guys are in DESA.

Anonymous (April 30, 2004)

for the link 80 comment: The rest of the band changed thier name to something else. i dont exactly remember what though.

Anonymous (April 30, 2004)

Wasn't Bagheera the panther in Jungle Book?

Anonymous (April 30, 2004)

What ever happened to MU330?

Also, while on the subject of good bands vanishing, whatever happened to Link 80? I know the old singer died (rip), but is the band still going with the new singer?

-c22

Anonymous (April 30, 2004)

Ted Moll...Sweet. MU330 is awesome.

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