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Enon believo

Believo! is the debut album by indie rock band Enon. It was released on March 14, (see in music) on See Thru Broadcasting, on the CD and inch LP formats. The second pressing of the vinyl edition also included a bonus 7" record. The out-of-print album was subsequently reissued by Touch and Go Records. See Thru Broadcasting ‎– MHz LP, See Thru Broadcasting ‎– MHz 3. Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition. Tracks recorded at Moose, The Magic Shop, Notausgang, The Music Building, and Rick Rubin's House. 29 Nov Thanks to its reissue on Touch & Go, the label that grants eternal life to scads of underappreciated records (and the long and present home to Enon), we have the chance to further flap our gums about why Enon are so great, and why this record remains a fine place to start. Believo! is a bit of a black sheep.

29 Feb Enon mastermind John Schmersal played guitar for the greatly missed Brainiac, and his presence generated the obvious creative leap from the Pixies-ish Smack Bunny Baby to the facemelt of Bonsai Superstar. Believo! is an obvious sonic continuation from Brainiac's final release, the Electro Shock for. There's a lot of history to this band, despite that this is their debut album. Most of it stems from the fact that their lead singer used to be in Braniac, which was getting to be a pretty big time electronic-experimental rock band before their vocalist/ keyboardist Tim Taylor tragically died; forcing Brainiac to break up. Anyhow, Enon. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Believo! - Enon on AllMusic - - Enon are a group that are truly of the transition.

Originally released in as Enon burst on the scene to wide acclaim, this is a much beloved and oft-overlooked record, bridging the gap between the 20th and 21st centuries - full of effects, samples, pop sensibilities, and a complete respect for and disregard of the rules. Pitchfork called Enon lyricist/guitarist John. Enon - Believo - Music. Enon is the latest endevour of John Schmersal, once guitarist for the now defunct Brainiac, and this album doesn't fall too far from the tree. I first saw Enon open for Man or Astroman in R.I. Man or Astroman is one of my favorite three bands and I had never seen them before.


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