Current cart in use:
SHOPPING CART
Cart: items = $0.00
Title Qty
your cart is empty

Explore

In Stock

Artists

Actors

Format

Genre

Rated

Label

Specialty

Decades

Size

Color

Explore

In Stock

Artists

Actors

Format

Genre

Rated

Studio

Specialty

Decades

Color

Explore

In Stock

Artists

Actors

Format

Genre

Rated

Label

Specialty

Decades

Explore

In Stock

Artists

Category

Genre

Brand

Specialty

Decades

Platforms

Video Game Rating

Color

Explore

In Stock

Artists

Category

Genre

Brand

Specialty

Size

Color

Explore

In Stock

Artists

Authors

Category

Genre

Brand

Specialty

Size

Color

Threefer: Bad Math Editon
  • Artist: Rex84
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 656613606025
  • Item #: SRD360602
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1/22/2002
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
CD 
Price: $6.30

You May Also Like

Description

Threefer: Bad Math Editon on CD

Rex84 is part band, part evil twin of lead singer and songwriter Rick Starbuck. Far from being a coffeehouse heir, Starbuck writes songs that are multi-layered, lyrically clever and just subversive enough to keep you guessing. The bulk of Rex84's tunes belongs to this school of songwriting, and the results are often like seeing a familiar object from a new vantage point - at once accessible but strangely unfamiliar. Rex84's sound can best be described as noise-pop alternative, with influences as far-ranging as Elvis Costello and Radiohead and a sound that's been compared to everyone from Spacehog to Soul Asylum. The band that brings Rex84's vision to life features a lineup of SF Bay Area tunesmiths. Producer and bassist Paul Scriver and keyboardist Jacob Elijah Aginsky's contributions betray both their Jazz and Hip-Hop/Techno tendencies, while Mike Baker's guitars provide the obligatory nod toward the band's rock roots. Starbuck's fragile-with-feeling vocals tradeoff between gently curving melodies and unforeseen leaps delivered in a raspy style reminiscent of Elliot Smith and Spacehog. The final package is moody, groovy and somewhat narcotic.