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Guilty Guilty Guilty (Mute). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Steering his vocals toward exotic offramps usually only traveled by the likes of
Diamanda Galas, Yma Sumac, Yoko Ono and Michael Patton, no two of
... and various samples seem unable to sync with Vincent, who's doing her sultry
best to be Beth Gibbons, Marlene Dietrich and a subdued Diamanda Galas.
x-Reference; Diamanda Galas · Teenage Jesus and the Jerks · Zeena Parkins ·
Suicide · Sonic Youth · Foetus · Carla Bozulich · Oxbow · Joseph Budenholzer ...
Not since Diamanda Galas have I heard a female singer that commands the dark
clouds as well as Parasol does. Well, she's certainly not as confrontational as ...
That's what I like about Diamanda [Galas] as well. When you meet her she's
terribly nice and sweet. And then you see her sing and [makes exaggerated face
... delivered in a voice that reflected the delirious improvs of Diamanda Galas and
Tuvan throat singing, and various summarily abused wind instruments.
“II” is ambient horror, built around what sounds like the ghost of Diamanda Galas
haunting a disused airplane factory, before shifting and blurring into an almost ...
As in Diamanda Galas. And then, AND THEN, adds in a dose of black metal's
imperious frigidity. It's not in terms of the sound -- there're no blast beats or goblin ...
Type O Negative, Inkubus Sukkubus, "I Walk the Line," and poor Diamanda
Galas shoehorned in there, sticking out like a damn sore thumb -- five shitty