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Peppermint Superfrog

by Man Bites God

An explosion of garage band rock, synth-pop and complete absurdity. Man Bites God at their most urgent, catchy, fun and insane: a rollercoaster ride for your ears. \"Perfect pop for the ADD generation.\" (Jeff Jenkins, Inpress)
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Peppermint Superfrog
1:56 album only
2. Monkeys
2:38 album only
3. Autobiology
2:36 album only
4. Butterfly
2:14 album only
5. Psychopath
1:57 album only
6. Psalm
1:11 album only
7. Head
2:32 album only
8. Europop 3000
1:33 album only
9. Faker
2:29 album only
10. Lubricated
2:18 album only
11. You Get Me
2:17 album only
12. Pareidolia Now
2:30 album only
13. Girlfriend
4:22 album only
1:10 album only
15. Alison
2:34 album only


Album Notes
Peppermint Superfrog is the electric and exciting new album from Man Bites God. The band have mixed punk, electronica, rock and pop to create an album that is fast moving and fun, with lyrics that are surreal, quickwitted and quickly delivered. Peppermint Superfrog is an explosion of garage band rock, synth-pop and complete absurdity. This is Man Bites God at its most urgent, catchy, fun and insane: a rollercoaster ride for your ears.

Man Bites God is an upbeat, fun, busker-rock band from Melbourne. Their music is catchy and melodious and their lyrics are funny and clever. Their songs are a mix of pop/punk/rock, with cool harmonies and lush arrangements. They have toured nationally and internationally, playing with The Whitlams, Deborah Conway, Dan Brodie, Sophie Koh, Mental As Anything,
Vika and Linda Bull, Flight of the Concords, The
Scared Weird Little Guys and many others.

The Sydney Morning Herald calls the music of Man Bites God \"inspired pieces of wackiness and outrage set to a sharp, jangly pop sound reminiscent of Britpop at its

Discovered in Melbourne in 2000 by Dan Brodie, Man Bites God have spent the best part of a decade making quirky, clever rock/pop music. Their new album is called Peppermint Superfrog and it is an exciting mix of punk, electronica, rock and pop. The songs are fast moving and fun, with lyrics that are surreal, quick-witted and quickly delivered. Check it out:

\"Pop songs the way they should be - short and sharp, with an energy that leaps out of the speakers…from punk to electro, Peppermint Superfrog is a genre-busting delight… like going 15 rounds with pop heavyweights. It’ll leave you exhausted and
exhilarated.” Jeff Jenkins (JB Hifi Mag)

\"endearing and harmonious... lunatic lyrics and melodic absurdity works well and will undoubtedly give rise to other acts singing from the same hymn sheet... covering a range of styles from barbershop through rock, folk and funk, the songs would have Spinal Tap in a spin... these Melbourne lads can play with more talent than many chart toppers\" - The Scotsman

\"Their music is a smorgasbord of styles and has lyrics that lurk in dark, satirical places... intellectually crafted songs... Man Bites God packs an irreverent punch\" – The Age

\"infectious rock melodies & a \'60s boy-band bent\" -Adelaide Advertiser (AUST)

\"decent pop songs aren’t often funny and funny pop songs aren\'t often decent, but Man Bites God are all about having the best of both worlds, with their eclectic mix of tunes with a dark, satirical edge\" - Forte Magazine (AUST)

\"gorgeous harmonisation... boyish charm... they\'ve gotthe right mix\" - ThreeWeeks (UK)

\"Man Bites God are the pinnacle of a twisted sense of humour.\" – Undercover (AUST)



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