Guest is the first studio album by the rock band Critters Buggin. It was released in 1994 through Stone Gossard's then new label Loosegroove. The album was reissued by Kufala Recordings in 2004. Kickstand Hog" - 6:52. Critters Theme" - 6:21. Fretless Nostril" - 5:51. Double Pot Roast Backpack" - 1:19. John Bush: percussion and loops. Matt Chamberlain: drums. Skerik: saxophone and guitar.
Hindered by awkward sub-torrential jazz in tracks like "Kickstand Hog," the album's best bits were often difficult to find on initial listens, but they were there.
Critters Buggin is a Seattle, Washington-based instrumental group which performs in a jazz, rock and African-influenced, eclectic style.
Host is the second studio album by Critters Buggin of Seattle, Washington and was released in 1997. It was recorded December 18–20 at Bad Animals and December 21–23 live at OK Hotel 1995. Originally released by Loosegroove, Host was reissued by Kufala Recordings in 2004. Mount Blasta" - 4:22. Crowley Dissertation" - 0:49. Red Eyed Wonder" - 6:12. I Ain't No Adobe Hut" - 3:33. Manhog's Day in the Park" - 5:50.
The first album from Seattle's Critters Buggin' was probably the least-pretentious of the bunch, mildly swaying between background electronic effects and the gazed-out art funk rock that would predominately reappear in later years. Hindered by awkward sub-torrential jazz in tracks like "Kickstand Hog," the album's best bits were often difficult to find on initial listens, but they were there.
Not to be confused with The Guest (album). 1994 studio album by Critters Buggin. Guest is the first studio album by the rock band Critters Buggin.
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Vocals – Shawn Smith
|BK 57884||Critters Buggin||Guest (CD, Album)||Loosegroove Records||BK 57884||US||1994|
|KUF0082||Critters Buggin||Guest (CD, Album, RE, dig)||KUFALA Recordings||KUF0082||US||2004|
|BT 57884||Critters Buggin||Guest (Cass, Album)||Loosegroove Records||BT 57884||US||1994|