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|1.||"Memory Of A Cut Off Head"|
|3.||"The Remote Viewer"|
|4.||"The Baron Sleeps & Dreams"|
|5.||"On & On Corridor"|
|6.||"Neighbor To None"|
|10.||"Lift A Finger (By The Garden Path)"|
OCS, aka Orinoka Crash Suite, is one of the lesser-used musical incarnations fronted by voraciously hard-working Californian John Dwyer. While retaining his love of the fantastical, imaginary and otherworldly, Dwyer's 20th album 'Memories Of A Cut Off Head' is in stark musical contrast to the frenetic garage-rock output of his usual formation Thee Oh Sees. Working with long-term friend and bandmate Brigid Dawson, he's crafted a surprisingly tranquil and reflective record of strange folk-psychedelia, made stranger still by Dwyer's broad use of instrumentation, ranging from lush string arrangements, through harpsichord and musical saw, to Radiophonic Workshop style synthesis. The revival of the OCS moniker was long overdue, but after twelve years thrashing out incendiary garage-rock, this weird and impressive oasis of calm reminds us of Dwyer's musical depth, and that he doesn't always have to concuss to be convincing.
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