Title: The Position Of The Right Hand
Style: Indie Rock
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Trenchmouth was a post-punk band formed in Chicago, IL, in 1988. The original line-up consisted of Damon Locks (vocals), Fred Armisen (drums), Wayne Montana (bass), Tom Sweets (guitar), Josh Kohn (guitar), and Chris Kupsak (percussion and vocals). This line-up was featured on the band's first 7", 1989's "Snakebite". Afterwards, Chris DeZutter took over all guitar duties and Locks handled the additional percussion. The band released 4 LPs between 1991 and 1995 and split in 1996. Trenchmouth, Bliss (22) - The Position Of The Right Hand (7", Yel). Derivative Records, Derivative Records, Derivative Records. duh 002, duh002, DUH002.
While not playing with the band Trenchmouth, Armisen's interests switched to acting. In a January 2006 interview, he said, "I wanted to be on TV somehow. For some reason, I always thought it would be an indirect route; I didn't know that it would be comedy and Saturday Night Live. The Position of the Right Hand: Trenchmouth, Bliss (1993). Achtung Chicago! Zwei compilation (1993). Trenchmouth vs. The Light of the Sun (1994). The Broadcasting System (1995). Volumes, Amplifiers, Equalizers (1995).
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Trenchmouth was an American rock band from Chicago, Illinois, formed in 1988. Throughout its existence, the band mainly consisted of Damon Locks (vocals/percussion), Chris DeZutter (guitar), Wayne Montana (bass), and Fred Armisen (drums). The band was founded in 1988 after Armisen dropped out of the School of Visual Arts and moved from New York to Chicago. As a five-piece with two guitarists, the band released their debut EP, "Snakebite," in 1989
CD reissue of Left Hand Right Hand's debut mini-album. The Sheffield multi-media band featured Karl Blake (Lemon Kittens, Shock Headed Peters), Charlie Collins (Clock DVA), Tim & Andrew Brown (The Colonels) with Paul Ackerley. Lol Coxhill and George Haslam provide a sax section on this EP. First released as a 12" single on the Browns' Tak Tak Tak label in 1990, reissued on CD two years later by We Never Sleep. Left Hand Right Hand - Hum Drum. Posted by Mrs. Inside at 11:23. Given that we have an untold number of things that we think need to be heard, it's not possible to do both.
Trenchmouth vs. The Light of the Sun is the third studio album by American rock band Trenchmouth, released in January 1995 by EastWest Records, becoming the band's only album on a major label.
Trenchmouth fits that mold well in that Vs. The Light of the Sun has a sound that never falters. Furthermore, their sound is original and bizarre. Armisen makes the core of the sound with his spastic, powerful drumming. He hardly ever plays a simple rock beat, but instead uses drum rolls and tom-toms heavily. Still, he never plays anything technical and makes sure he is never the focus of the music. Armisen’s job is to have everything make sense. The guitar and bass provide the only form of melody, although their riffs never form anything memorable.
Trenchmouth is a hardcore quartet from Chicago whose rigmaroles are infeted with heavy-metal solos and elements of ska, funk, reggae, even jazz. Vocalist Damon Locks and guitarist Chris DeZutter are superbly coupled, the former a terrifying preacher and the latter a creative volcano, but the whole owes a lot to the ingenious foundations provided by the rhythm section (Wayne Montana on bass and Fred Armisen on drums). In High Contrast is probably the piece that best summarizes the slower, softer sound of the album. Trenchmouth's bassist Wayne Montana and vocalist Damon Locks enlisted drummer Dan Fliegel and started a new band, the Eternals, that debuted with the single Chapter and Verse (Thrill Jockey, 1999) and the EP Where Will We Live Now? (Thrill Jockey, 1999), chock full of dub, jazz and funk.
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|A||–Trenchmouth||The Future Vs. Centrifugal Force
Performer – Chris DeZutter*, Damon Locks, Fred Armisen, Wayne MontanaRecorded By – Ama Ebi
Performer – Colin Burnett, Dave Bryant*, Michael Stevenson, Sylvain BouthillietteRecorded By – Kevin Komoda
- Recorded At – DNA Studios
NotesTrack A recorded April 1993 at DNA Studios.
Track B recorded August 1993 at DNA Studios.
The catalog number duh 002 appears on the outside of the sleeve; the catalog number duh002 appears on the inside of the sleeve and on the labels; the catalog number DUH002 appears in the runout groove etchings.