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Hospital For The Chemicaly Insane - Gary Young - Hospital


1994
Label: Big Cat - ABB74 CD • Format: CD • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock
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On Hospitalformer Pavement drummer Gary Young debuted his quirky style of minimalist folk music to a worldwide audience. On the first track, "Plant Man," Young exhibits a poppy acoustic guitar strum and a playful singing style. What follows is a roller coaster of chaotic and disjointed songs, from the repetitive singalong of "Foothill Blvd" to the Hospital For The Chemicaly Insane - Gary Young - Hospital and somber "Warren.

His clean and lively cover of "Wipe Out" showcases his musicianship better than the rest of the disc. After the whimsical "Hooks of the Hiway," the disc ends with two unlisted bonus tracks, an alternate version of "Where Are You At" and a haunting and slowed-down version of "Foothill Blvd.

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  1. Hospital was Gary Young's first solo effort after being asked to leave the band Pavement. It was recorded in Stockton, California at Young's own studio. AllMusic described it as "a roller coaster of chaotic and disjointed songs."Genre: Indie rock, rock.
  2. Sep 11,  · Gary Young, the guy Pavement decided was too crazy for the likes of them, released this gem of an oddity soon after his departure in If you're considering giving this a spin, it's probably because of the "Plant Man" song and video. Your enjoyment of this album will largely hinge on how much weirdness you like in your music/5(3).
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  4. Nov 02,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Hospital for the Chemically Insane · Gary Young Hospital ℗ Big Cat Records Released on: Music.
  5. Hospital was Gary Young's first solo effort after being asked to leave the band Pavement. Allmusic described it as "a roller coaster of chaotic and disjointed songs." It was recorded in Stockton, California at Young's own studio.
  6. The title track, "Hospital for the Chemically Insane," is a short and simplistic track, which is followed by the eccentric and jovial "Birds in Traffic." "Ralph the Vegetarian Robot" is easily the silliest track on the disc, displaying Young 's enthusiastic and childish personality.5/
  7. Mar 25,  · “Hospital for the Chemically Insane” and its noisier companion track “Missing in Action” see Young positing the question “Am I criminal?/Am I Sane?/Am I chemical?/Am I insane” and by the end of the record (which Young recorded at his home studio out in the boondocks and played all the parts himself) the answer remains unclear/5(6).

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