Zolo in a Model Room

August 18, 2006 at 1:38 pm Leave a comment

P-Model are my favorite Japanese Zolo group. Just about everything they released, from In A Model Room (1979) to P-Model (1992), is excellent. The first four albums have numerous Zolo standout tracks, which afterwards become scarcer throughout the discography. In A Model Room and the followup Landsale are easily grouped by their sonic resemblance, as are Potpourri and Perspective. The former pair treat Newave and Punk much like Devo and XTC, while the latter set moves into Post-Punk and Avant-Rock territory.

Here is a TV performance of Art Mania from the first album:

Entry filed under: ZoLo Music.

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