Thumpermonkey | Alpha Romeo

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Alpha Romeo

by Thumpermonkey

Middle Class insincerity delivered by a Bee-Gees-Norwegian-Metal half-breed. A hint of early Scott Walker in a food fight with his “Tilt” era alter-ego.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Making Bombs While Listening to Leonard Cohen
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2. Glow in the Dark
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4:07 $0.99
3. Your Humble Savant
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4:11 $0.99
4. Shrodinger's Cat
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3:35 $0.99
5. Pets
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'...an unholy union of Extreme Noise Terror, 'Antmusic' era Adam and the Ants and a group of passing Druids, all plugged into the mains supply by handy little clips to the genitals...in all honesty needs to be heard to be believed, the work of a warped genius, or just warped. Your call...Recommended, without doubt, though I'd leave all the lights on and play only during sun up..."

Mark Barton (www.losingtoday.com)


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Originality&Diversity
I bought Alpha Romeo because I had heard Your Humble Savant a long time ago and I thought it was an interesting track. After listening to this CD for a couple of times I really started to enjoy the music. The tracks are all completely different, originality is the only thing they have in common. Shrodinger's Cat is the only track I don't really like. The others are great.