Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence Enon's newest culls tracks from seven years'worth of rare seven-inch releases and Internet exclusives. But while it's an insightful history of these noise-popsters, Lost Marbles… Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence Enon's newest culls tracks from seven years'worth of rare seven-inch releases and Internet exclusives. But while it's an insightful history of these noise-popsters, Lost Marbles… 2005-02-22 Enon
Music Review

Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence (2005)

EW's GRADE
B-

Details Release Date: Feb 22, 2005; Lead Performance: Enon

Enon's newest culls tracks from seven years'worth of rare seven-inch releases and Internet exclusives. But while it's an insightful history of these noise-popsters, Lost Marbles and Exploded Evidence is also as erratic as the band itself. The collection shows them at their most infectious: ''Knock That Door'' sets Toko Yasuda's cutesy siren call and leader John Schmersal's frenzied guitar work to some sinister electro grooves. But too often it stands by as Schmersal's vast spaz-outs go from trippy to tedious.

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Originally posted Feb 28, 2005 Published in issue #809 Mar 04, 2005 Order article reprints
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