Christopher Peifer

Musician, Producer, Sound Designer

Another Saturday Night "Giants of Love" b/w "Sidewalkin'" vinyl 7" (Slow Gold Zebra Records)

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Another Saturday Night "Giants of Love" b/w "Sidewalkin'" vinyl 7" (Slow Gold Zebra Records)

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Another Saturday Night "Giants of Love" b/w "Sidewalkin'" vinyl 7" (Slow Gold Zebra Records, 2008)
Chris on bass, keys, bkg vox. Out of print (10 left). $10 each, includes shipping, and a vinyl sticker.

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"Damn, this shit is tight as a vintage Robert Mitchum noir thriller. Same sorta swagger and cocksure deliverance. Timeless stuff. New Yorkheroes like Johnny Thunders and Velvet Underground come to mind as well as some of the more rowdy late-60s Stones albums. Classic rock and proto-punk engages beautifully in a soulful street party with bruised dames and cheap liquor. I really dig the stripped down production that aids the 11 songs. Raw, devil-may-care and ballsy – I bet they slay on a stage. “Secrets And Whispers” even recalls The Humpers (remember them?). Don’t waste your money on the latest limp offerings from the ashes of The New York Dolls or Stones, Another Saturday Night’s debut album is your ticket to gut level decadent rock’n’roll that actually oozes with cojones and heart. The band hails from - of course - the Big Apple." -- LowCut (Denmark)
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"These songs are sassy, full of bare knuckle truth and put together very well, a great introduction to this band. It’s got me wanting to hear more. I’m surprised and regretful at the same time, because I missed them the last time they rolled through Cincinnati. I’m also a bit surprised that this band isn't a huge success already and really, I realize from the perches of my self-imposed exile, that they really might be. Or rather, they should be playing packed holes in the wall anywhere they go. Like a locked groove record, rock and/or roll will never stop... The beast is too unruly now, it can only be shuffled around and kept at bay, but with a band like Another Saturday Night you can hear an example of how the battle still rages." - Neus Subjex (Cincinnati)
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"Another Saturday Night (Slow Gold Zebra): I noticed tons of Rolling Stones posters wheat-pasted to construction sites and abandoned buildings and had some sarcastic inner-thoughts about Mick and the boys creak out a new inevitably unmemorable album. But when I realized the posters were for an "Exile on Main Street" reissue I was surprised to feel a little disappointed that no new Stones was forthcoming. Then I went home, but this LP on the Victrola, and was in rock 'n' roll ecstasy enjoying the best new Stones album the Stones never made. Jaggerian jaggings with L.E.S. track marks murking up the madness makes for some serious hot, cool shit." - Roctober Magazine
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"Kongress's vivacious bellow fills you with adrenalin ... he sounds like he's gargled with kerosene! His bandmates back him with spirited, persuasive playing, especially on the horn-filled "Night Flies", the piano-driven killer "Secrets and Whispers" ... this debut is high-energy, soul-infected music you can go wild to.” - The Big Takeover (no. 66)
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“Whiskey scented riffs, as if from the breath of Keith Richards … a more than recommendable record for Saturday nights.” – Kick Out the Jams (Spain)
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“Best of 2008” / “Best of 2010” - Gorilla Got Me Radio, WMBR (Boston)
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"Seven inches of vinyl ... Another Saturday Night's latest bar room rocker ... Howlin' guitars and steady rollin' tunes. Grab a PBR and bring on the night."
-- Starr Tucker, NY Waste, Fall '08
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"Another Saturday Night is pure American rock n roll, maybe even typically New York if you're listening to some of the vocal parts that are reminiscent of the Dolls or the Fleshtones. The songwriting, rooted in all the epochs of rock and roll, is also timeless, simple, raw and energetic Garage Rock with background vocals, just like you want it. With this one we should keep our eyes open for a LP because these songs whet your appetite for more." - Flying Revolver (Germany)
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"Rolling Stones jangle and swagger. Think "Brown Sugar." - Kristen K., Razorcake
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"Yep, it's another Saturday night in NYC, and you're heading out to your favourite local bar, having finally managed to scrub the dirt out from beneath your fingernails. You shoot the shit with the bartender, Dale, who knows your preferred brand of beer without you having to tell him. You say hey to some friends playing pool in the corner, adjust your balls, take a long pull from the cold bottle, head over to the stage and nod your head in time to the Stones-by-way-of-Dolls garage rock the band is playing. It's Another Saturday Night, man, and the world is A-okay." - Sleazegrinder (Boston)
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" ... The whole thing is retro as fuck , but all around so well done and also still played quite crisp. A very classic , catchy sound a whole lot cooler than what else is offered from this direction." - OX Fanzine (Germany)
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"New York’s Slow Gold Zebra label sent us a whole bundle of vinyl joy this issue. Their package didn’t just serve to reassure that someone else still appreciates the beauty of shiny 7 inchers in grainily photocopied sleeves, but offered a comforting indication that there’s still some sleaze strung out on the streets of the cleaned up Big Apple. Whether or not you can offer a “yes” when the leading ladyboy with Another Saturday Night inquires, “do you remember the Giants of Love?” in a hearty Johansen baritone on the A-side to their single, it’s certain these Doll-y boys will bring back memories of the City’s golden era, with a twist of The Stones gritty Brit groove for good measure comes B-side “Sidewalkin’”. - Bubblegum Slut 7" Roundup (UK)