Cheese On Bread | The Search for Colonel Mustard

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The Search for Colonel Mustard

by Cheese On Bread

Exuberant orchestral twee pop masks critiques of modernity. Like the Muppets produced by Brian Wilson and operated by Derrida.
Genre: Pop: Twee Pop
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1. The Search For Colonel Mustard (part 1)
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2. The Awkward Song
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3:07 $0.99
3. Sexy Anarchist Boy
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4. Basketcase(ness)
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5. Nevada
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6. (You Have So Much Fun) In My Head
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7. The Search For Colonel Mustard (part 2)
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8. Cornfields, Cornfields!
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9. I Wanna Destroy You
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10. Piece Of Ass
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11. Dreamail
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12. Samurai (slow version)
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13. We Shall Never Fade
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Produced by master ear-god and songwriter Casey Holford, The Search For Colonel Mustard is a deeper, more textured affair than the goof-ball zaniness of Maybe Maybe Maybe Baby. Wiser and grander, but no less bouncy, Cheese On Bread's first full-band album explores dance rock, zydeco, country and synth-pop, all with a Beach Boy's sense of harmony and a Muppet's sense of innocent wonder.

"On my tenth listening through, I can’t remember the last time I heard something so purely enjoyable"
-- Exterminating Angel Press

"During the first listen you'll be dancing, during the second listen you'll
be trying to sing along, and after the third listen you die from an
overpowering joygasm."
-- kcscradio.com


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GASTON DOMINICK MUSELLA

Deliciously Lighter Than Air
Swift catchy and sinfully delicious, the chocolate mousse of pop brings home the melts in your mouth goodies. Tunes to bop to, sway to, dance to and listen to. It's all good and really should put them on the map. Samurai steals the show.