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I became instantly hooked on Mice Parade's sound when I first bought "The True Meaning of Boodelybaye" back in 1999. It was a sound I had never heard before laced with a familiarity I can't explain. It was almost like I was craving it so bad my ears knew it. I have fanatically bought all of MP's albums as they have been released over the past five years. Now it's 2006 and seems a lot of music has steared in the direction of MP's sound. But somehow MP has manged to stick it's head out above all others with their latest release. "Warm Hand In Farmland" makes my knees weak, you can never go wrong with the gangsta whistle over the soft vocals.


If The intro to Passing and Galloping doesn't get you, you have no soul.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The experimental post-rock of New York's Mice Parade, aka Adam Pierce, blends live instrumentation, layers of overdubs, and intricate percussion into a distinctive, playful sound. Mice Parade's 1998 debut single, My Funny Friend Scott, introduced Pierce's genre-bending style, which he expanded on with that year's full-length debut, The True Meaning of Boodleybaye. On 1999's Ramda, Pierce upped the ante once more by recording the tracks and mixing the album in one take, lending it an improvised...
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