Mugison ‎– Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12T011 Mugison Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?(CD, Ove) 12 Tónar 12T011 Iceland 2004 Sell This Version
AC18CD, AC18DVD Mugison Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?(CD, Album, Ove + DVD-V) Accidental, Accidental AC18CD, AC18DVD Japan 2004 Sell This Version
none Mugison Is This Monkey Music?(CDr, Album, Promo) Accidental none UK 2005 Sell This Version
AC18CD, AC18CDJ Mugison Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?(CD) Accidental, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited AC18CD, AC18CDJ Japan 2005 Sell This Version
AC18CD Mugison Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?(CD) Accidental AC18CD UK 2005 Sell This Version
AC18CD Mugison Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?(CD, Album, Ove) Accidental AC18CD UK 2005 Sell This Version
AC18CD Mugison Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?(CD, Album, RE) Accidental AC18CD Iceland 2005 Sell This Version
AC18PROMOCD Mugison Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?(CD, Promo, Pap) Accidental AC18PROMOCD UK 2005 Sell This Version
AC18DVD Mugison Mugimama Is This Monkey Music?(DVD, Album) Accidental AC18DVD Iceland 2005 Sell This Version
IPC-069 Mugison Mugimama! Is This Monkeymusic?(CD, Dig) Ipecac Recordings IPC-069 US 2005 Sell This Version
MUG 003 Mugison Mugimama - Is This Monkey Music?(CD, RE) Mugiboogie MUG 003 Iceland 2007 Sell This Version

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November 6, 2014
referencing Mugimama! Is This Monkeymusic?, CD, Dig, IPC-069

Mugison's unique blend of indie folk and electronica comes to the fore on MUGIMAMA! IS THIS MONKEYMUSIC? "I Want You" has all the ache of a psychedelic ballad, whereas "The Chicken Song" take a more mysterious route with its piano chords and bizarre chicken-based lyrics. The acoustic, touching "2 Birds" takes a simpler route, as does the twangy "What I Would Say In Your Funeral." But if that's too normal for you, the random conglomeration of rock, hip-hop and funk of "Sad As A Truck" shakes things up right up. Luckily "I'd Ask" brings us back to the singer-songwriter vein, while "Murr Murr" has a blues-rock strum to it. "Salt" has a storybook grace to it, while "Afi Minn" closes the album with a harmonica frenzy which leads into a hidden track of ambient sounds from the studio. A pleasant and eclectic work.