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International (New York, London, Paris)

by The Nomad Nipples

"The album is rather scizho. It`s a weird, yet delightful mixture of Sebadoh-ish pop, hardcore punk, Emo as in Smashing Pumpkins and hypnotic as in Spiritualized add a dash of Jeff Buckley and you are getting near describing this, quite different, album"
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Better Place (feat. Origami Replika & Lasse Marhaug)
4:45 $0.99
2. Morningsong
3:55 $0.99
3. Jane
3:42 $0.99
4. Ordinary People (feat. Tore H Boe)
4:05 $0.99
5. King of Rock`n`roll
6:20 $0.99
6. Maybe Tonight
4:16 $0.99
7. Virgin
3:31 $0.99
8. Mobrules
1:21 $0.99
9. Killthing
3:40 $0.99
10. Arty Party
4:32 $0.99
11. Heart, Home, Heaven
5:03 $0.99
12. [End] (feat. Gen E Donate)
6:26 $0.99
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"F**King morons, thrashing our backstage and drinking all our beer" - Hank Von Helvete, Turbonegro (Ass Cobra tour, Trondheim)

"If you are willing to stroll along with the nomads, you`ll find unpolished diamonds by the roadside. A quirky and brilliant album" - Stavanger Aftenblad

"Weird, somewhere inbetween New age and a David Lynch Soundtrack. Impressive" - Nordlys

"Driving a cool car down some anglo-american Rock`n`Roll Highway...The opening song, Better Place is a catchy, poppy, guitar-driven rock tune. On the third track, Jane, they sound a bit like R.E.M. (ca. Monster era), before switching to and fro some more razorbladeish hardrocking themes. It seems/sounds like the guys has been through some hard-rock/HM days earlier on (well, who hasn't...), judging by the attitude and the lyrics throughout the album. I also get this 80s feeling when listening to INTERNATIONAL, maybe due to the sound and use of the synth. King of Rock'n'Roll is, as far as I can see, the story of Elvis decadence, the decline and fall of rock with all its colorful and juicy clichés, but I don't really get it. Virgin is something completely different, sounding like Tom Waits has been in charge of arranging the song. Nice. I must admit I prefer it when The Nomad Nipples calm down a bit, such as on the weird and wonderful Heart, Home, Heaven, but I also get entertained by the quick and hard Mobrules and the rough Killthing..." - Luna Cafe

"This record is charming, cute, poppy, ugly-beautiful, noisy, exciting rock" - Byavisa

"popcore/power-rock, minimal guitar-wanking, hard, precise, entertaining" - Komkol Autoprod

"A strange album, it takes you from one genrè to the other and you never quite know in which direction the nipples are going to take you on the next song" - Greenfly

"It is a significant attack with sound the Nomad nipples deliver, and sometimes it gets completely out of control. Most of the time it is charming and creative somewhere inbetween Einsturtzende Neubraten and the Butthole Surfers. And just when you think they`ve lost it all and the feedback effects threatens to tear it all down they tune you into something similar to Amyl House. A massive and funny ending to a great night" - Adressa

"My God, this is promising! The starting point is metal, with parts of Industrial, prog and goth. The thrash parts are ok and the low down moments are brilliant. Almost like early Motorpsycho, Piledriver and Israelvis" - PD Eriksen

"Raw! This is not for those chart hunters. the Nomad Nipples are exprimental and difficult to label. It`s underground and alternative, yet there`s even stuff here you can dance to. Similar to Motorpsycho, yet not similar at all" - HA



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