Pinker Tones, The / Million Color Revolution, The
Album: Million Color Revolution, The   Collection:World
Artist:Pinker Tones, The   Added:Mar 2007
Label:Nacional Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2007-03-25 Pull Date: 2007-05-27 Charts: Reggae/World
Week Ending: May 27 May 20 May 13 May 6 Apr 29 Apr 22 Apr 15 Apr 8
Airplays: 1 1 3 1 2 4 3 6

Recent Airplay
1. Dec 09, 2015: Clean Copper Radio COP TALK
Karma Hunters
4. Feb 18, 2012: New World Disorder
Sonido Total
2. Aug 11, 2013: New World Disorder
Sonido Total
5. Dec 03, 2011: New World Disorder
Karma Hunters
3. May 05, 2012: New World Disorder
TMCR Grand Finale
6. Jun 11, 2011: New World Disorder
Love Tape

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2007-03-26
The Pinker Tones – The Million Colour Revolution
Reviewed by Sadie O., 3/16/07
Euro-Union retro-funk-pop-electronica-etc from Barcelona. Two guys calling themselves Mr. Furia and Professor Manso play virtually everything on the disk and sing in four languages. Lots of Moog and other synth, also lots of standard instruments and plenty of Latin percussion. I love this record, and am planning on having its baby.
No FCCs. I love 3 and 11 the most, but everything – even the little short bits – is extremely ginchy and keen.
1. 0:37 *male speaking, then bombastic Dragnet-ish 30 second intro in Spanish and English.
2. 3:39 ***starts with a soul yell, then midtempo cool retro funk, falsetto soul vocals in English.
3. 3:26 ****somewhat uptempo dance beat with a touch of Latin, fun political sarcasm lyrics in English.
4. 4:21 **starts with beach noises, solo keyboard, then very St. Tropez in the 60’s midtempo bossa nova, relaxed and groovy with whistling. Ends with several seconds of beach noises.
5. 3:58 *midtempo funky groove, vocals in French. Bit of 60’s rock feel in second half of track.
6. 3:31 ***ultra groovy midtempo electronic funk with soul backing vocals, lyrics in Spanish.
7. 0:33 *30 seconds of manic scratching and electronica.
8. 3:10 ***uptempo keyboard-based funk, sounds like a Blaxploitation soundtrack. Cool bass and horns.
9. 3:08 **midtempo Victorian-era piano and barbershop quartet, lyrics in German (about people listening to bossa nova instead of pop music.) Definitely a novelty number…
10. 0:37 *retro soundtrack mood music, spoken word in English
11. 3:34 ****short intro, then uptempo bouncy danceable pop with really funny lyrics in English.
12. 4:20 **rather uptempo moog and drum. Minimalist, upbeat – ya gotta love Moog a lot to dig it. Quica! That earns it another star…
13. 2:48 ***oh, it’s a luau, how lovely! Honeymoon in Waikiki – very retro. Theramin and bongos! Very mellow, downtempo.
14. 2:53 **nutty male vocals in English with a hayseed accent equally goofy backing vocals, manic electronica and drums with a 60’s rock beat. Bit of silence and male talking with Brit accent at end.
15. 4:18 *electronically processed vocals in English, midtempo rave.
16. 4:31 ***long quiet intro, building into slow and moody dance groove with a bit of funk, soulful falsetto vocals in English. Some Beatles-y exhortation about being a rainbow. Really quite sweet…

Track Listing
1. Senoras Y Senores   9. Pink Freud
2. Welcome to TMCR   10. Many Years Ago
3. Karma Hunters   11. Love Tape
4. Beyond Nostalgia   12. Mojo Moog
5. L'heros   13. Pinkerland Becaina
6. Sonido Total   14. Gone, Go On
7. Piccolissima Descarga   15. Maybe Next Saturday
8. In Pea We Nuts   16. TMCR Grand Finale