Phantom Buffalo | Shishimumu

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Shishimumu

by Phantom Buffalo

Fun pop songs about bugs, ghosts, and lost children.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. Golden Finish
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6:52 album only
2. Silverfish
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2:49 album only
3. A Hilly Town
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4:58 album only
4. Wilamena
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7:11 album only
5. Domestic Pet Growing Seeds
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2:47 album only
6. Anywhere With Oxygen
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3:36 album only
7. Parasitic Wedding Vows
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6:12 album only
8. The Missing Parachute
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5:37 album only
9. Distracting Salamander
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2:42 album only
10. Ask Your Grandmother
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2:57 album only
11. Catfish
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1:51 album only
12. Wimp Souffle'
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13. Cheer Up My Man
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Phantom Buffalo-Shishimumu ****(four stars)

"On the cover, four innocent, lemon faced children stand on a red wedding cake beneath the arch of a magical city. All is rendered with obsessive detail. It's cute, futuristic, druggy, a little disturbing. Something on the horizon is burning. This is the world of Phantom Buffalo, where Jonathan Balzano-Brookes sings sweet falsetto tales of bugs, ghosts, and lost children, to a crunchy country psych production; part Shins, part Mike Nesmith's First National Band. The More you listen, the more beautiful and strange it becomes, as songs reveal hidden melodies and riffs, and Balzano-Brookes trills weird-out lines like, "There's something in the radio." Like looking at a beautiful landscape painting, and seeing something move in the corner."

-Andrew Male (MOJO magazine)



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