| The Grimm Generation
The Last Record Party
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The Grimm Generation
the end of the world. They’re gone. It’s over.
to do but shut the door, turn up the music, and sing/dance/cry our
heart out. How many times have we done this before? How many times will
we do it again? Never – so we say. This is, The Last Record
Party. As we know it.
They call their music “Post
Apocalyptic Pop,” but the Apocalypse that Jason P. Krug
(acoustic guitar, vocals) and Carmen Champagne
(vocals, lyrics) sing about as The Grimm
is not about the end of the world as we know it, but the end of our
world as we knew it. Let’s face it, nothing destroys our
more than love, as anyone who has experience love, loss, lust, longing,
heartache, heartbreak, heartfelt emotions, devotions, and everything
else that goes along with it can attest. How many times has love led to
the end of your world? From young hormonal teens, right up through
matured adults, there are too many ways to count the disassembling of
our emotions and the destruction of our world.
Last Record Party
flat out exposes the fallout of the melted core of our love reactor.
Hugely ambitious, this 18 song album collects as many overwrought
sentiments as the entire breadth of the dark seamy side of love and its
influence can conjure, not only on the inner-workings of our
minds/emotions, but also on the actions and results/consequences they
lead to. Jason, knowing the strengths of the people he has played with,
assembled a cracker-jack outfit of ace musicians to pair his Post-Pop
music arrangements perfectly with Carmen’s smoky, gravelly
Marlene Dietrich style vocals and their tragically truthful lyrics.
On a whole, this work of life-long experience(s) cries out for a
dissertation to break down, analyze, and draw conclusions that would be
epically mind-blowing in the fact that they would still leave open too
many areas which would still cry out for a dissertation, to break down,
analyze, and draw even more conclusions… - I’ll
there, while stating that in reference to the album, I could say that
for each individual song as well. Each song a mini-soap opera of its
own, when assembled as a whole, becomes but 18 episodes in the
continuing story of our love apocalypse, all played out of our hearts
through the stereo.
shake / stutter and break / Leave it all / on the dance floor.”
It’s the end of the world, as we know it.
Nothing left to do but shut the door, turn up The Last Record
Party by The Grimm
Generation, and sing/dance/cry our heart out.
(and I feel fine).
Grimm Generation - The Last Record Party
is available now for: $10.98 +s/h*
USA - $3.00
for the first 2 CDs
Add $1.50 per each CD after.
Canada - $5.00 for the
Add $2.00 per each CD after.
Everywhere else -$7.00
first CD ordered,
Add $3.00 per each CD after.