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August 6, 1994 | LORRAINE ALI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The London-based band Stereolab mixes Muzak (the kind that hipper dentists of the mid-'60s drilled teeth to) with organ-powered cocktail music (the kind Dean Martin scored with) and humming guitar distortion (the kind Pavement loves) and comes up with easy-listening music for a generation raised on Sonic Youth. The quintet's abstract blend may seem strictly for kitsch value at first, but it's got a substance all its own. Stereolab, like other current bands that draw from lounge music (e.g.
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April 24, 1996 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It might not be something the Guinness folks would care to recognize, but the English-French band Stereolab appears to be a legitimate contender for a very obscure world record: most members of a rock band credited with playing the Vox organ on the same album. The total, in Stereolab's case, is four, achieved in 1993 on the six-piece band's first major-label release, "Transient Random Noise-Bursts With Announcements."
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April 24, 1996 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It might not be something the Guinness folks would care to recognize, but the English-French band Stereolab appears to be a legitimate contender for a very obscure world record: most members of a rock band credited with playing the Vox organ on the same album. The total, in Stereolab's case, is four, achieved in 1993 on the six-piece band's first major-label release, "Transient Random Noise-Bursts With Announcements."
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August 6, 1994 | LORRAINE ALI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The London-based band Stereolab mixes Muzak (the kind that hipper dentists of the mid-'60s drilled teeth to) with organ-powered cocktail music (the kind Dean Martin scored with) and humming guitar distortion (the kind Pavement loves) and comes up with easy-listening music for a generation raised on Sonic Youth. The quintet's abstract blend may seem strictly for kitsch value at first, but it's got a substance all its own. Stereolab, like other current bands that draw from lounge music (e.g.
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