Questioned By A Ghost

by Medusa's Disco

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Rev. Mike S, Lane
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Rev. Mike S, Lane Love this album, from start to finish. Perfect to crank at work! Favorite track: Dead In The Morning.
Igor Podolsky
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Igor Podolsky 60's vibes mashed with 90's grungy vocals... its so good Favorite track: Flystrip.
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"The members of Medusa's Disco love a good laugh. Their humor is more wry than mocking and the twisty melodies and guitar lines match that tone well. Songs like “Radiation” and “Not a Care in the World” don’t say people are fucked up. They say humans are goofy as shit. When they’re angry, they don’t look to lay blame. They say, “C’mon, man! We can do better than this!” Songs like “Flystrip” and “Box of Animals” show the fallacies of image-consciousness and materialism. Social networking is not socializing, people! Go live life.
Medusa's Disco sprout plenty of sex, drugs and rock & roll on this album too. “Strange Chemistry” is an instrumental but it has plenty to say. “Open My Mind,” “Eyes Are Oceans” and “Medicine” are pretty trippy, especially when the sitar kicks in. These are also the songs where you can hear how vast the library of musical influences on this band must be. Peter Gabriel and The Byrds meet Frank Zappa and Aerosmith? Ravi Shankar and Carlos Santana sit in? How does that happen?
Then there are the songs “Park Bench Pigeons” and “Endless Questions.” These landscapes kind of epitomize everything the rest of the album sketches. They’re weird, funny, ironic tales with jangly melodies. They are rides through a not-quite-right fun house: twisted and twisty. It’s a youthful, rowdy exclamation and definitely delivers on the production values. For the lava lovers (and lava light lovers), just turn it up!"
Review by Sam Campbell of Gigspots


released January 4, 2014

Album cover art created by Elizabeth Randler

Drums recorded
@ Varuna Studios

Acoustic guitars and effects recorded
@ TheNest Records

Recorded, edited, produced, mixed, and mastered by Frankie Davis @Atmospheric Audio


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Medusa's Disco Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Medusa’s Disco conjures the conductor and lays down the track for their high-speed train roll through a realm of odd, yet familiar, feelings, creatures, and catastrophes with a blend of Psychedelic, surf , Rock n Roll and many other sub-genres.
Medusa’s Disco may be that cousin that’s into some weird shit, but they’re family, and they make this train ride a hell of a lot more interesting.
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