Washington's post-hardcore combo
Hoover released only one album,
The Lurid Traversal of Route 7 (Dischord, 1994), and certainly
one of the most varied.
Distant sounds like a frenzied version of latter-day King Crimson for the age of funk-punk, and the slower Cable is even more explicit in evoking the spectre of funk music.
The seven-minute Electrolux is a
mid-tempo number that borrows from Led Zeppelin's blues-rock jams.
Route 7 is even slower, a gentle lulling instrumental against a background of crickets.
They remember that they are supposed to be punks towards the end of
Father, when a sore litany suddenly bursts into an anthemic refrain.
On the other hand the seven-minute agonizing melodrama
Cuts Like Drugs feels under-developed.
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