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Slow Politics

by Where's Moo

Where's Moo sounds like R.E.M. and The Pixies having sex in a spaceship crashing into the sun.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Electric Organizer
3:58 $0.99
2. Eaten Alive
3:07 $0.99
3. Can't Live Without Buttons
2:28 $0.99
4. New Foreign Jar
3:13 $0.99
5. Float
4:55 $0.99
6. Questions
2:24 $0.99
7. Alien People
3:51 $0.99
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Album Notes
Where's Moo is an alternative rock band that formed in Orlando, Fl. by frontman Michael Mangum and guitarist Jocelyn Scharoun. They were later joined by drummer Matt Soule, and recently joined by bassist Kevin Manwarren and cellist Michael Crowley. They are currently based in Los Angeles, Ca. Their live shows are filled with a passion and intensity that send lead singer Mangum into a spinning frenzy.
Their sound has labeled everything from canadian indie pop to space traveling sex rock. It's even been said their sound is "R.E.M. and The Pixies having sex in a spaceship that's crashing into the sun."

Some Reviews:

Daniel Melia of Gigwise.com
“With their members transcending America and their sound transcending the last 20 years of American freaked out ambient indie, California based Where’s Moo are an intriguing prospect. From the outset you can hear the obvious influences of REM, and in the darker places The Pixies. The highlights on this seven song strong extended player are the driving, power packed opener ‘Electric Organizer’, the menacing razor-edged nod to proto-grunge ‘Can’t Live With Buttons’ and the melancholy closer ‘Alien People’ with its jarringly operatic feel. . .”

Ron Garmon of Los Angeles City Beat
“This outfit went after every song with the energetic focus of a lunatic circus strongman smashing baby ducks with a sledgehammer. It was messy, thrilling, inappropriate, disproportionate, and so Hollywood gothic I wanted to go find Baby Jane Hudson’s star outside and kiss it tenderly.”



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