Hello Dragon - The Quantum Explorers
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To write that listening to The Quantum Explorersis a religious experience would only be half correct because it goes above and beyond that mediocre call of duty. If “Millions of Terrible Moths” does not light that light bulb above your head, then it must be of low wattage. Conversely, “Such a Drag” will not only cure your environmental ennui, it will shine some light on your night in the ruts. And, who else but Hello Dragon could pull off such an powerful ode to Mr. Quantum Physics himself with “Stephen Hawking”—with the molecular motifs of Chadwick’s discreet dialogue and Zerby’s indivisible instrumentation they have the fission to split particles into a condensed yet energetic new matter.
The big beat of the drums and lyrical lines that sink like an eight ball break are the highlights to the dualistic dirge of “Good Cops and Coke Fiends.” The cleansing effect and carnal affect found on the song “Dirt and The Body” not only makes you feel like you have ceremoniously bathed in the Ganges, it also has the density of the Great Salt Lake to leave your soul floating effortlessly. How can one deny the faith confided in the authentic credence to orthodoxy that postulates through the gospel of “I Believe You,” a pretty little ditty dedicated to a priori assumptions. The Quantum Explorers closes with two earth shattering fiesta songs, the low riding driving electric of “Garcia Marquez” and the smooth sailing acoustic “End Of The World,” both songs trailblazers of how much greatness there is in Hello Dragon.