Former Guided By Voices guitarist
Mitch Mitchell started Terrifying Experience in 1996 with a split single
Terrifying Experience (Arena Rock, 1996) that included
Friday Night Fights and Big City, one electrifying and the other
drowsing, both overamplified and punkish.
A couple more singles followed:
I'm Invisible/ Legacy Of Conquest (Albert Ayler's Jukebox, 1997) and
One After The End/ Hollis Put His Hands Around My Neck (Southern, 1998) .
The EP Search For Omega Minus (Albert Ayler's Jukebox, 1998) relished
in the loud and distorted sludgefest of Reaching For A Whisper and
Stress Is The Best Reliever, although the
lo-fi pop of Seeing Betty's Headache Again
and Tobin Sprout's acoustic Noble's Last Will And Testament
bridged the gap with Guided By Voices.
Supreme Radial (AAJ, 1999), Mitchell's first full-length, is brainier
and punkier, like late Black Flag fronted by Joe Satriani, yielding the
sprightly punk-pop of Cocktail Party Effect , Snakes Are Arrows of the Moon , Attacking the Padded Assailant , the shiny
power-pop of Get Out of My World , and the
pop ditties Dynasty of the Last Star Children and Cash Money Runaway .
Anvil Jumper/ The Tearful Champion (Mental Telemetry, 1999)
broke the ice for second album
Magnetic Breakthrough (Mental Telemetry, 2001), another
wild excursion into guitar punk-rock.
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