The latest from these mid-’80s L.A. rock icons is a desert-inspired album steeped in dark harmonies. Unfortunately, singer-bassist Johnette Napolitano forgoes flaunting her famed haunting timbre in favor of issuing bristling whispers. But ”Mojave”’s audible mysticism, brazen electricity, and hallucinogenic reverie are, at times, intoxicating.
Producer (group): Happy Hermit
Posted June 25 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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