HINDS / PARROTS: Split: 7”

What we’ve got here is a big hole 45 from the Burger Records goof pop empire. Hinds do a song called “Davey Crockett,” which seems to be the song “Farmer John” with the words Davey Crockett in place of the original title. The backing vocals and tempo are the same and the results are unnecessary at best. The Parrots side of the record is a reverbed-out slab of lo-fi garage with indecipherable vocals. Not really anything mind blowing or essential here, especially when this label has amazing full-length albums from The Muffs and The Go that could be picked up instead. File under “too goofy to be taken seriously.”

 –frame (Burger)