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Mammoth Life | Kaleidoscopic Art Pop

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Kaleidoscopic Art Pop

by Mammoth Life

Shiny happy pop music with layered melodies & tight vocal harmonies.
Genre: Pop: Pop
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1. To Suffer For Passion
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2. Bicycle Rider
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3. Convoluted I
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4. At Once
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5. I Have Lost
3:38 $0.99
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6. Word Salad
3:57 $0.99
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7. First Semester Of Collage
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8. Dulcamara
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9. Unburden Your Heart To Me
3:42 $0.99
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10. Until Moonlit Symphony Bliss
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11. Ribboning The Way
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12. Our Prayer
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mammoth Life's sparkling debut, Kaleidoscopic Art Pop, shimmers with an eclectic collection of approachable, yet progressive experimental chamber pop tunes that conjures a kaleidoscopic collage of layered melodies, multiple musical sections and an epic aural vision that delivers a mature and unique take on popular music.

Founded in Lawrence, KS four years ago by producer Nicholas Goss and songwriting partner Elizabeth Mead, Mammoth Life has quickly become a safe haven for like minded artists seeking to achieve emotional immortality by attaining artistic self expression in multiple mediums of art.

Currently working on their second album, a work in progress titled, An American Movement, the group is quickly finding new colors to paint and portray individuality with, by adopting spaghetti western colors, country and western feels, surf rock sounds and popular music into their kaleidoscopic art pop form and sound. The album is projected to be released in mid 2009.

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