The Rip-Off Artist ‎– The Kids Are Alright

Label:
Quatermass ‎– QS105
Series:
Themes – Vol. 2
Format:
CD, Album
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1 Cake Time 5:55
2 Mungosphere 0:29
3 Gizmo
Other [Vocals] – Computer
4:07
4 Specify: Mambo 5:16
5 Something Strange 5:36
6 Cream
Vocals – Crescent Raye Born
5:12
7 Bubbles 2:38
8 Tater Tot
Vocals – The Rip-Off Artist
3:16
9 Silly 0:31
10 Push An Animal 5:55
11 Real Scary Story 6:00

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByEFA – 27653-2

Credits

Notes

Release is subtitled "Themes Vol.2"

Recorded in Southern California, USA

All tracks published by IFSO Sayso Music (ASCAP), admin. by CMI, except track 6 published by Copyright Control/IFSO Sayso Music (ASCAP), admin. by CMI.

℗+© 2001 Quatermass
Manufactured in Austria

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 411867 171058
  • Matrix / Runout: A0100357791-0101 11
  • Matrix / Runout (Manufacturer): Sony DADC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K1
  • Label Code: LC 6110

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chopstuey

chopstuey

March 17, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

As far as audio adventurism goes this album is at the pinnacle of the game.
Every track insights highly vivid imagery as the mind flows with the ceaslessly tight mathamatics of the maestro Matt Haines.
The kid's will certainly be alright once they get these offerings down their little ear canals.
There is definately a warm playfulness that harks to childhood innocence which is then fused with mutant forms of funk that catapult the imagination into an awareness of future possibilty.
If aliens are out there this what they thrive on.
The constant molding and morphing of rhythm patterns folded with bboy spacebots and lavish lumps of latino flavour induces what is commonly known as the 'goose bump effect'.
I have been a collector of all manner of music for some time but if there is one that belongs in the historical acrhive of musical ingenuity and evolution this is the one that tops the list and paves the way.
Keep on rollin R.O.A.