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Cool, Cooler, Coulier (Stickfigure Records)

By: Mike SOS

There's no bass player in this band, but Coulier could care less. At least that's what the twin guitar slayings that pervade the band's irresistibly titled album Cool, Cooler, Coulier! suggest. Morphing from arena metal anthems to commercial jazz tunes to stuff guys like Page Hamilton used to cut his teeth on, the lack of bass (and vocals, for that matter) never factor on tracks like "There's a Monster (Riff) Under My Bed". Those damn guitars done stole the show, and, alongside a crazy drummer sick enough to indulge these two, help make an album that guitar freaks and avant-garde alike will spend countless hours trying to figure out.
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