Crap Detectors

Reviews

Crap Detectors Cut the Crap LP

Even though the artwork on the back tries to tie the songs into a concept album, this is just another cool effort from a band that keeps cranking out trashy records. This one is a little more mellow than their last disc, but it’s still worth the effort of finding.

Crap Detectors Superficial World LP

Jim Jacobi, one of the American indie pioneers of the late ’70s, has come up with an eclectic mixture in this new incarnation of his CRAP DETECTORS. An underlying intelligence is evident throughout this album, but the music, which ranges from garage punk to garage rock to garage reggae (“Phenomenal Technical”), is only sporadically engaging.