Mouse On Mars ‎– Glam

Sonig ‎– Sonig 03, Sonig ‎– sonig 03
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All credits have been derived from the A-side runout.

Cat# appears as "Sonig 03" on spine, and as "sonig 03" on back.

Includes a 4-page Sonig catalog.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, hand-etched): Sonig 03 [spiral sign] at D&M [spiral sign] SCORED BY MOUSE ON MARS, f.x. RANDOMIZ, KURT VIETEN, MARK SIKORA & FRANK DOMMERT A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, hand-etched): Sonig 03 [spiral sign] B [spiral sign] at D&M

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
thrill 058 Mouse On Mars Glam(LP, Album) Thrill Jockey thrill 058 US 1999 Sell This Version
SI 002 Mouse On Mars Glam(Cass) Sound Improvement SI 002 Poland 1999 Sell This Version
TKCB-71440 Mouse On Mars Glam(CD, Album, Dig) Tokuma Japan Communications TKCB-71440 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
thrill 127 Mouse On Mars Glam Re-Issue (CD Advance)(CD, Album, Promo, RE) Thrill Jockey thrill 127 US 2003 Sell This Version
sonig 03CD Mouse On Mars Glam(CD, Album, RE) Sonig sonig 03CD Germany 2003 Sell This Version


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May 31, 2009
One of MoM's finest works, it's better as an ambient/experimental release than as a soundtrack. Images would take too much away from the music, which deserves attention in its own right. Highlights include the wonderful Bolero-esque awakening on "Port Dusk", the brief industrial-meets-hip-hop interlude "Tiplet Metal Plate" and exultant closer "Glim", which fills me with joy every time I hear it.

Clearly meant to be heard on vinyl - the CD reissue has some bonus tracks, but many of these are filler (most notably Hetzchase Nailway, 5 minutes of squelchy foreboding which almost kills the album's pace). The original tracklisting has no fat on it. The vinyl also has better bass response, which is key for many of the songs which feature low frequencies.


September 11, 2003
Mouse On Mars made the soundtrack for this film called Glam (featuring Tony Danza). They rejected the soundtrack and the film flopped.