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Karmic Bitchslap

by Noodle Muffin

"There's a clear “PUNK!” influence in the anarchic way these cats gleefully bounce from one musical subgenre to another in a way that comes off as part reverent, part creative ribbing, often danceable, and completely demented." – Razorcake Magazine
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1. Hey O
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2. Hey Elephant
4:02 $0.99
3. Face Down
3:15 $0.99
4. The Noodle Muffin Show
1:22 $0.99
5. Wiggle, Jesus, Wiggle!
3:29 $0.99
6. Blubber Boy
3:05 $0.99
7. Monkeys
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8. Isn't He Pretty?
2:31 $0.99
9. I'm Ashamed
3:41 $0.99
10. Mohair
2:35 $0.99
11. Insect Poison Pills
4:37 $0.99
12. Sling Blade At The Monster's Ball
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13. Happy Birthday, Pinky
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14. Psst ... Keep Listening ... (snuonorP lanosreP) elodboB
2:30 FREE
15. Wiggle, Jesus, Wiggle! (Radio Edit)
3:29 $0.99
16. The Noodle Muffin Show (Radio Edit)
1:23 $0.99
17. Happy Birthday, Pinky (Radio Edit)
4:00 $0.99
18. I'm Ashamed (Radio Edit)
3:42 $0.99
19. Isn't He Pretty? (Radio Edit)
2:31 $0.99
20. Keep Listening ... Oh, The Huge Manatee!
3:11 $0.29
21. First of September
0:31 $0.99
22. Scumbags
3:33 $0.99
23. Kill Your Mother
0:33 $0.99
24. Where is Bucky?
2:46 $0.99
25. Kosher Meat
1:43 $0.99
26. Usually
0:11 FREE
27. Bobdole (Strait Outta Kansas)
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Album Notes
Indie pranksters Noodle Muffin are back with a new CD! Fresh off the success of their critically acclaimed "Time to Retox" CD, Noodle Muffin has a brand spanking new album called "Karmic Bitchslap". This rollicking 13-song tour de force is Noodle Muffin's first fully non-political CD since their "Magnum Dopus" CD and signals a return to their witty, absurdist roots. "Karmic Bitchslap" is chock full o' fun tunes, covering such important social issues as partying with fat chicks, birthdays, dancing with Jesus, bratty kids, and Halle Berry's biscuits . It s the soundtrack for the 2012 Apocalypse and will have you groovin with a big ass smile on your face!!

Sounds like Of Montreal, Foster the People, and Belle & Sebastian mixed with the humor of Ween and They Might Be Giants, infused with the punk energy of The Toy Dolls.


Karmic Bitchslap: CD
(Fyoog State Records)
The synths and the general “rock” feel of this won’t exactly scream “PUNK!” to those whom that word is synonymous only with a certain set of predetermined and preapproved musical templates and value systems, but there is a clear influence in the anarchic way these cats gleefully bounce from one musical subgenre to another in a way that comes off as part reverent, part creative ribbing, often danceable, and completely demented. This is the third release I believe I’ve come across by them in the past twelve years, and it’s nice to see they’re still flying their freak flag with pride, considerably lighter on the politics this time ‘round, but no less unique in their vision. –Jimmy Alvarado, Razorcake Magazine

(Fyoog State) I am completely befuddled that despite their dumb name, despite messing around with some odious styles (jokey 80s retro, pop punk, whatever it is Smashmouth does), and despite them thinking "Cuntservative" is an acceptable song title, I am actually charmed by Noodle Muffin. The way they never get hung up on punchlines but rather commit to a song's humorous theme and then just jump into it head first, the way the singer's voice never gets too aggressive (which keeps the humor from getting ugly), and the pleasantly jarring jumping around from style to style (even to the Smashmouth sound) made me totally not hate these guys. And a tribute to Billy Bob Thornton that sounds better than all the Billy Bob Thornton recordings is a nice bonus. -- Roctober Magazine



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