Mux Mool ‎– Skulltaste

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GI-99, MGT-69 Mux Mool Skulltaste(CD, Album) Ghostly International, Moodgadget GI-99, MGT-69 US 2010 Sell This Version
GI-99 Mux Mool Skulltaste(20xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Ghostly International GI-99 US 2010
YL1812 Mux Mool Skulltaste(2xLP, Album, Ltd) Young Heavy Souls, Ghostly International, Moodgadget YL1812 US 2019 Sell This Version

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November 4, 2013
referencing Skulltaste, CD, Album, GI-99, MGT-69

"Ballad Of Gloria Featherbottom" starts off Mux Mool's debut, SKULLTASTE, with some friscaling electro synths, but "Hog Knuckle" brings in the hip-hop rhythms to chop up the melody some, but "Enceladus" takes the disco route instead. "Breakfast Enthusiast" offers some dubstep flavors, while the deep and slow "Dandelion" just shuffles around at its own pace. "Get Better John" rocks back and forth, and "Wax Rose Sunday" gets extra blippy with some additional hip-hop for added flavor. "Death 9000" and "False Worship" both work the vocoder, the former with a dark rub and the latter with quasi-religious overtones. "1st and 4th" gets more meditative, like if Boards of Canada took some happy pills, and "SFW Porn" totters along. "Morning Strut" ends the album on what sounds like a TV theme song reconfigured for the modern age.