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Here We Go!

by The Mung Brothers

This four track EP is our second release. Classic Rock, with a dash of Americana. Big hooks, witty lyrics, jangly guitars. If you like Tom Petty, Beatles, Eagles, Wilco, you'll probably like this album.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Here We Go
3:49 $0.99
2. Afraid You Might Say No
3:32 $0.99
3. Little Lie
3:28 $0.99
4. Sara D
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Album Notes
The Mung Brothers' second release, the four track EP, "Here We Go!" is great driving music. Crank up your car stereo, head out to the interstate, and forget about the rest of the world. Classic Rock, with a touch of Americana will catapult you along your route, as big hooks, witty lyrics, and jangly guitars surround you.

Richard Gnum and Dan Palladino grew up listening to pop, folk, and rock music of the 60's and 70's: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Eagles, Pink Floyd, Tom Waits, Queen, Hendrix, Johnny Cash, Nick Lowe, Marshall Crenshaw, and Elvis Costello. These influences occasionally peek out at you, yet The Mung Brothers' music doesn't really sound like any of them.

Over their 30 year collaboration, Rich and Dan have begun recognizing certain characteristics that make songs uniquely "Mung". Dan elaborates: "First, I know we're onto something good if I start laughing at the lyrics - that's absolutely essential. Once we've got an idea that amuses us, we'll then start the process of creating the Mung production. This usually involves recording many layers of guitars, and even more layers of voices. We're both big fans of Jeff Lynne and Roy Thomas Baker productions, so we spend a lot of time getting everything layered so the hooks are big, but it also feels natural."

You may have heard some Mung Brothers material on the MTV shows, Cribs and My Super Sweet Sixteen. Their debut album, "Honey, grab your coat!" has also received airplay around the world.

Always writing and creating new music, Rich and Dan already have plans for their next project: a concept EP dealing with the alienation of man in the technological age. According to Dan: "The topic sounds kind of dark, but once we Mungify it, you'll want to sing along. The lyric ideas already have me giggling!"



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