The Saurus

Its hard to make an imporv noise rock band work. Most people hate that sort of thing. In fact, I saw tons of people leave the room every time the Saurus played. But this just made it better. How could people go when they were actually witnessing something beautiful? Jeremyís bass always sounded gigantic and Mattís drums were ferocious. They were a lean and mean duo. Later on when they added a guitar player, they were unstoppable.

I donít think the Saurus got to play too many times, but each of those sets was a real spectacle. We are lucky to have recorded part of one of their sets for you to hear the greatness for yourself. If youíre lucky, you might be able to catch one of their reunion shows in the future since they have played sets since their breakup under the monikers Dictio Nary and At Las. Each reunion set seems to get a little more ridiculous every time, so donít say I didnít warn you.



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My Favorite Hard Time vol 2
By The Saurus/Alex Drosen/Man vs Nature
MER 05 - 2007

A continuation of the three bands three inches theory. The Saurus are improvised noise rock with insane bass distortion. Alex Drosen is a synth pro, and these tracks rule. You should get a hold of him and get his full length, its awesome. I listen to it all of the time. Man vs. Nature is from California and brings the noise!

3" cdr in sleeve

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