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Sequins Save Lives

by Mushi Mushi

They sound like a swarm of very unhappy bumblebees and a mad old analogue computer having a fight with a drummer; don't worry, it's just an experiment, and one you can dance to too!
Genre: Electronic: Breakbeat/Breaks
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1. Chicken
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2. The Dietary Habits of the Byker Pigeon
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3. Sequins Save Lives
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4. Insert Name Where Applicable
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5. Attention Deficit Disco
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6. Copycat Cowboy
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7. Turn Head Snap Round
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8. Tornado Descending
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9. Mm (vs) mM
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10. Yacka
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11. Mushi Mushi
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12. Spinoff
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13. Burn That Tortoise
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Album Notes
At very long last, 2009 sees the debut album from the UK's premier bleep-und-fuzz-und-skreal! combo. 13 morsels of prime whoomp, all lo-fi cranks and cronks, clocking in at just of half-an-hour of utter popnoise brilliance. Mushi Mushi have long been regarded as one of the North-East's best live bands and their album is testament to their perfectionism and dedication to making their recorded output just as kickass on compact disc as it is live. And - believe us - it's well worth the wait. This is the record that demonstrates just how placid and backwards looking the current crop of Ed Banging fashionista electroclash-lite dweebs really are. The perfect soundtrack to your attention deficit disco.


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