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November 1998 :: Ink Spots :: Rasputina (Gail Worley)
Rasputina is a loose collective run out of a farm house in Hudson, NY with
Melora Creager as its directress. The cello meister is Daniel DeJesus, while
Radical Recital (Filthy Bonnet). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Great American Gingerbread (Filthy Bonnet Co). Review by Carl F Gauze.
My Fever Broke EP (Instinct). Review by Bill Campbell.
Frustration Plantation (Instinct). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Cellos, brooding female vocals, powerful songs - and I'm not talking about
Rasputina. Bonfire Madigan may well be cursed by linkage to Marilyn Manson's ...
The sound I can liken this to most would be Rasputina; they also are mainly
cellos, but they use drum sets and sing... Apocalyptica does not. Cult is a pretty
The nine tracks are dreamlike sojourns into a somber gray world, almost gothic in
a way similar to Rasputina and Mazzy Star. It features an intriguing mix of ...
... who's also made quite a name for himself as a much-sought-after producer and
remixer for acts as varied as Smashing Pumpkins, Rasputina, The Wallflowers, ...