Micro-Phobic | Beady Eyed Nincompoop

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Beady Eyed Nincompoop

by Micro-Phobic

Beady Eyed Nincompoop is a blend of world ethnic instruments with electronic pop crossover and country twang.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. Leader of The Free World
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2. Pardon Me
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3. I Ain't Got The Freedom
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4. Flower of Happiness
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5. Blood on That Dollar
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6. He Never Got There
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7. Picasso Had His Blue Period
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8. Fat Man
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9. Skinny Girl
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10. As I Lay
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11. 007 in a Coffeeshop
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Album Notes
Micro-Phobic has a musical style of it’s own, a blend of world ethnic instruments and modern day electronics. Primitive beats and unique rhythms mixed with lyrics and singing that will most likely not be heard on the top 40 of conservative American radio. Some say that Micro-Phobic is from a parallel universe, and then others say they don’t really exist at all. Nevertheless, you can find them on Mad Mason Records.


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John the Greek

Microphobic represents the most sublime form of scathing critique leveled at our corrupt and rotten social order. Pay close attention to his subversive lyrics and don't let his multi-textured musical background lead you to thinking that ephemeral pop fluff is easier to listen to. This is no chewing -gum-music fit to be listened to for a few weeks or months and spat out the window on your way to work. Listening to Microphobic tests your musical subconscious and commands you to find meaning in music and life!

JWP Zandvliet

Super dooper
THis band is amazing, no band on the World who makes a simular sound like this.
And the lyrics are so amazing, real life, I love it.
The oriental kings are living in Texas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Beady Eyed Nincompoop is a humorous, maddening, repetitive rhythm of wise-cracks
Listening to Micro-Phobic's Beady Eyed-Nincompoop is like experiencing a minimalist version of the band, The Residents (if The Residents were Texan). Micro-Phobic doesn't lead up to each song title in a so-called chorus but disregards song-crafting by beginning most every song with it's own title and hitting us over the head with that phrase again and again, until we get it. Beady Eyed Nincompoop is a humorous, maddening, repetitive rhythm of wise-cracks and lament. Microphobic doesn't exactly sing, but sounds more like a quirky beat poet or country old timer with Alzheimers that repeats his odd yet wise observations over and over. Dischordant sounds are combined with his simple lyrics that poke fun at the religous right and our very own "beady eyed nincompoop"
in, "I ain't Got the Freedom". In "Picasso had His Blue Period", the African drums and twangy sounds are suitably abstract, with the child-like and off-key voice singing the blues. Funny, clever, simple, and strange... it's Micro-Phobic!

Mindwrestlers Inc. (Artist Collaborative) LocoMundo

Can't listen to anything else after this!!!
MicroPhobic is amazing! Not your mainstream boring stuff and very very international. Just the fact that they play so many instruments from all over the world so well is pure genius. Do not keep MicroPhophic around small people because as the name states "the fear of the small" is right on.