Monkey Jacket | The Don'ts of Motivational Speaking

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The Don'ts of Motivational Speaking

by Monkey Jacket

Genre: Rock: Ska
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1. How to Rule the World
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2. Girls Are Mutants
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3. Bass Riff
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4:04 $0.99
4. A Sight to See
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3:17 $0.99
5. Hello, Solo
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3:19 $0.99
6. No Karma
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4:08 $0.99
7. Tough Luck
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8. Prescription For Love
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9. Don't Got a Friend in the World
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10. Tease Me Please Me
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Album Notes
Monkey Jacket was formed in 2003 and is from Royal Oak, MI.

\"The Don\'ts of Motivational Speaking\" was recorded at The Audio Cafe in Eastpointe, MI, and released in October, 2005.


Vocals/Guitar - Mick Maslowski
Bass - Matias Markou
Drums - Max Bauhof



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fall out girl

this cd sucks. i listen to it everyday and i know all the words to every song. i cant believe i paid 10 dollars for it. the bass player is really bad and he needs some lessons, for real.

Pauline D. (& The Overcast)

I'm not really sure why I put off writing this for an entire year, but it might be because I've been searching for the words to say "I think I'm in love." I can't get sick of this album and still listen to it regularly. It's a carbonated fusion of ska and punk and the eighties and the future's actually quite ridiculous. Smart harmonies, catchy melodies, clever lyrics. They've got a really full, dense sound and seem very talented at performing AND songwriting.

Peter Stoia

It contained the necessary elements of awesomeness
For a first release, this CD is really good. The artwork is cool, the songs are cool, everything is cool. I actually thought the title was a bit too long at first, but later I realized that the title of the CD is only a tiny piece of the whole thing. I would suggest getting this CD because Monkey Jacket contains the necessary elements required to be awesome!


I bought this cd cos i found the band on myspace and heard a few of their songs. Think it is pretty damn good, it makes me want to bounce around a lot, which is never a bad thing!

Zack Kalbfleisch

This CD randomly made me smile while listening to it. Enough said.

Danielle =]

haha!! muscians = hott <3
lol obviously i loved it. how can i not. mick, matt, max..i love you! <3 =P


My cousin showed me the song Hello Solo, and now it's one of my favorite songs. I'm going to buy the cd soon.


All I can say is that I love the CD. I can't put it down and I can't wait for the next one.


Decent for a first cd!
The music on the cd has a lot of punk/ska influences, but mick says they dont label themselves as anything, so i cant just leave it at that. Buy the cd and you'll see what i mean!

james thayer

top rate music
really good cd. like all the tracks except for one. really catchy too. ska-punk at its greatest.
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