|Malade De Souci / Mmmm-Bbaa|
|Artist:||Malade De Souci||Added:||04/2003|
|Label:||No Sides Records|
|Add Date:||2003-07-07||Pull Date:||2003-09-08|
|Week Ending:||27 Jul||20 Jul||13 Jul|
|1.||Jul 23, 2003:||press and release |
|4.||Jul 09, 2003:||Brownian Motion |
|2.||Jul 16, 2003:||Brownian Motion |
|5.||Jul 08, 2003:||The Crank & Bug Show |
Mbbb, Mpp, Mmo
|3.||Jul 14, 2003:||Radio Red Well |
|Crank & Bug|
This album is perfect for making fun of music that you think sucks. Just put this on and say it is inspired by whoever you think sucks. |
This record was undoubtedly made as a joke. Though the insert says there are 92 tracks, there are only 25, most less than thirty seconds. If I were to imitate this music it would go, bladyblaahblooblooBlaaaaaahblooobloaBlaaaaaaa. It consists of jerky disconnected guitar and random bass over baby-on-pans drums. Faint yelling occasionally comes into background, but otherwise it is entirely instrumental. To put it succinctly, Kermit the frog on acid in a blender.
Track Shifts indicate changes in gain, relative emphasis of instruments, but little else. There is no rhythm or melody. Once in a while the guitar plays fast with some rythm, like on tracks 7 and 12, making you doubt your assumption that this album was mistakenly recorded when the dogs got into the instruments at lunch, but this doubt fades as you continue listening.
Once again, I can only imagine this album on the air as part of a joke.