I Monster ‎– Neveroddoreven

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Tracklist

Dinner Jazz 2:51
Some Thing’s Coming 3:27
Daydream In Blue 3:39
Hey Mrs. 4:16
Everyone’s A Loser 3:16
Heaven 3:54
Who Is She? 3:31
I Missed You So 0:56
Stobart’s Blues 4:41
The Backseat Of My Car 4:14
A Scarecrow’s Tale 0:49
These Are Our Children 4:08
The Blue Wrath 1:33
Sunny Delights 4:40
Cells 4:29
Big End 1:34
Lucifer You Are A Devil 2:49

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DHARMACD2 I Monster Neveroddoreven(CD, Album) Dharma Records, Twins Of Evil DHARMACD2 UK 2003 Sell This Version
none I Monster 10 Tracks(CDr, Album, Promo) Sony / ATV Music Publishing none UK 2003 Sell This Version
DGCD 81115 I Monster Neveroddoreven(CD, Album) Dharma Records DGCD 81115 France 2003 Sell This Version
DGPR 81986 I Monster Neveroddoreven(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Discograph DGPR 81986 France 2003 Sell This Version
none I Monster Neveroddoreven(CDr, Album, Promo) Dharma Records none UK 2003 Sell This Version
126396-2 I Monster Neveroddoreven(CD, Album, RE) Atlantic 126396-2 US 2004 Sell This Version
DHARMACD3 I Monster Neveroddoreven(CD, Album, RE) Dharma Records DHARMACD3 UK 2004 Sell This Version
DHARMALP3 I Monster Neveroddoreven(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Tra) Dharma Records, Twins Of Evil DHARMALP3 UK 2017 Sell This Version
DHARMACD3 I Monster Neveroddoreven(CD, Album, RE) Dharma Records, Twins Of Evil DHARMACD3 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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Jarren

Jarren

November 25, 2019
edited 7 months ago
referencing Neveroddoreven, CD, Album, DHARMACD2

There are some definite comparisons with AIR and Röyksopp for sure, but I Monster are still quite unique.

They have a rather curious gothic cuteness, somewhat like a musical equivalent to comedy shows of the same era (League Of Gentlemen, Mighty Boosh etc).

Coupled with this aesthetic, they really know how to write a great pop song (ok, half of it is sampled).

One thing that may grate on your ears a bit is the sometimes overblown (but deliberate) use of autotune, which can veer off into the cringeworthy, but I suspect the band they probably meant this.

A great listen, definitely recommended!
MattyHatesYou

MattyHatesYou

September 20, 2018
referencing Neveroddoreven, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Tra, DHARMALP3

I actually think this is a very good pressing given the nature of the artist. Some people complain about it being flat or "having surface noise." A lot of the "surface noise" in this album is actually part of the song. Many of the songs from this album have recorded static and noise tracks added into the background, so even the digital files and master recordings will sound like a record being played. The only noise I hear in this pressing is the noise that's literally a part of the track. For anyone familiar with I Monster or the tracks on this album, I highly recommend it - it is NOT a bad pressing at all.
Agracuta

Agracuta

May 2, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Neveroddoreven, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Tra, DHARMALP3

Great pressing! Possibly one of the crispest sounding albums I own. Cool orange color that is slightly transparent. 180 gm too so its a lot more durable.
Seirius

Seirius

April 29, 2017
referencing Neveroddoreven, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Tra, DHARMALP3
This fantastic album's finally been pressed on vinyl. Unfortunately a week short of Record Store Day, but nonetheless a big deal! The same track list as the 2004 CD release, and currently available from their bandcamp; https://imonster.bandcamp.com/album/neveroddoreven-limited-edition-orange-vinyl
bleozo

bleozo

March 15, 2004
referencing Neveroddoreven, CD, Album, DHARMACD2

One of my latest buys, after having heard their cover of Daydream, and seen the video of Who is She? on Mtv Mash., which really triggered my interest. I got some sticker in French on the CD telling "the English answer to Air and Röyksopp", which is true...to a certain extent, as always. "Hey Mrs" (track 04) should be played in every dance club in the world (great work on sounds, as addictive as "Poor Leno" was). The second part of the album is less effective but it grew on me anymway. It's definitely worth buying and playing on and on and on...