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by Mudmen

Driving hard rock with BAGPIPES.. prepare to be blown away.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. In My Head
3:12 $0.99
2. Winners
2:34 $0.99
3. 5 O'clock
3:50 $0.99
4. Saturday
3:19 $0.99
5. Coma
3:03 $0.99
6. Underdog
4:09 $0.99
7. Wasting Time
2:41 $0.99
8. Lost
5:28 $0.99
9. Drink & Fight
3:21 $0.99
10. Masons Apron
3:14 $0.99
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Album Notes
YES, this is the music you heard on the BLACK DONNELLYS promotion spot for NBC TV. The song: LOST

Cool, contagious and incendiary, Toronto pipe-rock band Mudmen is as fun as it is fierce, powerful as it is party-full. On its self-titled debut, the songs make it appear that having two bagpipes in a rock band is as natural as having bass, guitar and drums. From the boisterous reinforcement of "In My Head" with its melodic pipes to the single, "5 O'clock," a pub-pop song infused with Scottish war calls, the Toronto sextet have forged a sound that's unique and contemporary.

Zoy Nicoles is the MUDMEN frontman and lead singer. At the core of this sound are burly bagpiping brothers Rob and Sandy Campbell whose stature and strength are as mesmerizing as their playing skills. On the album, the pair bends, twists and manipulates the traditional instrument beyond its standard range. Just note the spaghetti-western Celtic rumbling of the rallying rocker "Underdog," the plaintive pipes on the ballad "Lost" and subtle creepiness of "Coma." Then there's the full-out Celtic pump of "Wasting Time," the anthemic "Winners," punk attitude of Captain Tractor's "Drink & Fight" and the instrumental "Masons Apron" -- all fuel for one helluva rockin' ceilidh. "We wanted it to be tough," says Rob. "Right from the beginning, no love songs. We wanted to come out with rockin' high intensity music that would work up a crowd."



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Judy Vallas

Great CD, Great Service!!
Got wind of this CD from The Black Donnelly's TV show. The music is terrific, and especially check out #8 (Lost). CDBaby got it to me so fast, and with such great, courteous service. Couldn't find the CD anywhere else, so I'm glad I stumbled onto this terrific site.

Dancing Ophelia

Now I've Heard Everything!!
Can't believe I'm giving something with BAGPIPES, of all things, 5 stars-- but this CD is truly meritous of the distinction. No, really-- these bagpipes are bitchin'-- listen for yourself and see if you don't agree with me(trust me, you will)!


Alt rock with a twist - bagpipes!
I bought the cd for the song LOST which I heard on a commercial for a TV show. Great song. The coda at the end is perfect. Found several other good songs on the cd as well, though nothing quite as good as LOST. 5 O'clock was rockin', and Drink & Fight was the most fun. And, while I am not a big fan of bagpipes, they sound awesome on this CD. Good job!


This CD was bought for one song, Lost. But I stumbled upon a terrific album! This is the only site that sells this CD at this price and the service was so helpful and fast! Plus, I got a wonderful e-mail from the CD Baby crew. Thank you!

Jeroen de Groot

Rock with bagpipes!
This is what I ve been paying too: rock with bagpipes as it should be! Very good!