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Magnificent Beast - VINYL

by MarchFourth Marching Band

This new album, produced by Steve Berlin, captures the spirit of the live band, in a studio setting. The songs range in genre from ska to jazz to rock, blending influences from accross the musical spectrum. LP comes with a digital download.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Lesley Metal
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3:10 album only
2. Dehli Belly
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5:54 album only
3. Fat Alberta
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4:15 album only
4. Sin Camiseta
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4:08 album only
5. Cowbell
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4:55 album only
6. Rose City Strut
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3:43 album only
7. A Luta Continua!
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3:16 album only
8. Soldiers of the Mind
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3:35 album only
9. The Finger
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6:13 album only
10. Fuzzy Lentil
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4:48 album only


Album Notes
"Oregon’s MarchFourth Marching Band (or M4) are the hip fusionists of the [alternative marching band] genre, folding occasional lead vocals and electric instruments into their latest studio outing, which was produced by Los Lobos’ Steve Berlin. The album borrows from ska (“Soldiers of the Mind”), Bollywood (“Delhi Belly”), rock (“Fuzzy Lentil”), dark zydeco blues (“Rose City Strut”) and more. “Fat Alberta” is M4 at its best—true to the percussive horn lines of the traditional march, and funky-as-all-get-out on the swing meter." -Relix Magazine, May 2012


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