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Sabalon Glitz, "Orpheum"/"Zoroaster" (Trixie Records) ★★★1/2

Albini also produced the debut single by Sabalon Glitz, a quartet that emerged from the circle of University of Chicago slackers who staff WHPK-FM (88.5) and publish the Baffler.

The group takes its name from a character on "Dr. Who" and bases its sound on the trippy, free-form experiments of early '70s psychedelic art-rockers Hawkwind and Amon Duul. It's an enticing, mysterious, droning sound, but one that can initially be hard to pin down.

I listened with pleasure to the A-side space jam three or four times before realizing I was playing it at the wrong speed. (It sounded even better at 33 1/3 r.p.m.) The B-side is a more aggressive pop-punk tune that highlights Carla Bruce's cutting vocals.

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  • APA 6th ed.: DeRogatis, Jim (1994-01-09). What Goes Around, Comes Around. Chicago Sun-Times p. 11.
  • MLA 7th ed.: DeRogatis, Jim. "What Goes Around, Comes Around." Chicago Sun-Times [add city] 1994-01-09, 11. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: DeRogatis, Jim. "What Goes Around, Comes Around." Chicago Sun-Times, edition, sec., 1994-01-09
  • Turabian: DeRogatis, Jim. "What Goes Around, Comes Around." Chicago Sun-Times, 1994-01-09, section, 11 edition.
  • Wikipedia (this article): <ref>{{cite news| title=What Goes Around, Comes Around | url=http://cuttingsarchive.org/index.php/What_Goes_Around,_Comes_Around | work=Chicago Sun-Times | pages=11 | date=1994-01-09 | via=Doctor Who Cuttings Archive | accessdate=25 October 2021 }}</ref>
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