R. Stevie Moore - There Is No God In America (1983)





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Uploaded on Jan 11, 2010

Edited by Nuno Monteiro. Original animation by Vincent Collins (1975).
Song from Crises (1983). BUY IT NOW FOR ONLY 12$ AT: http://www.rsteviemoore.com/tp/crises...

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AMG REVIEW: "Balanced skillfully between R. Stevie Moore's experimental and pop-oriented tendencies, 1983's Crises never tips too far in either direction. Even pop songs like the heartbroken "I Thought You Loved Me" and the subversively sweet-sounding "There Is No God in America" have an austere, chilly quality to their execution, culminating in a version of the Irving Berlin standard "What'll I Do?" that starts out with a heavily processed chorus of Stevie performing the song in a relatively straightforward, albeit slightly robotic style, only to be overwhelmed and eventually supplanted by an increasingly atonal series of tape-manipulated squonks."
Stewart Mason, All Music Guide


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