Puddle | Tumultuous Funhouse

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Tumultuous Funhouse

by Puddle

spastic funk jazz fusion with a pop punk edge
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. To Long
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1:54 album only
2. Another Master Plan
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3:52 album only
3. He Don't Dig The Soul
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4:25 album only
4. Struggle
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4:00 album only
5. Running In Circles
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4:05 album only
6. Snow Drifting
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5:26 album only
7. Moo Moo Overture
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6:08 album only
8. From Beneath The Puddle
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4:01 album only
9. Moontide
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10. And I Was
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11. Correlation One
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12. Blow
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Album Notes
Spawwned in the diverse music scene of Baltimore, Puddle pushes the boundries of modern music by combining intelligent original songwriting with pop sensability. This high energy power trio pulls elements of rock, funk, jazz, and punk on an exploration of the contemporary sound.

INFLUENCES: Zappa, Mr. Bungle, Firehose, Minutemen, Primus..

Reviews: "Clean and distinct; fast and hyper ; hard and core...like young boys should." Tongue Bath 95'

"With Primus like precision this twisted trio work it out on each and every cut" Music Monthly 98'

"It takes a genius to sound this crazy...How the hell does this guy change chords so fast?!?!? Fatfingers Monthly 98'


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this cd is an upbeat funky trip that will leave leave you wanting more
puddle generates a distictive sound that permeates this cd - yet its not monotonous. the songs are well written - great melodies and hooks. i found myself humming 'snow drifting' for days. quality music, good recording, great band. why the hell hasnt anybody picked this band up? another example of a morthy group that doesn't get airplay...