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Customer Reviews

The Mummies can make this old white guy feel the funk!!!!

First heard the mummies on Bob and Tom a little over a year ago, rushed to itunes to get the whole collection. I use their music to cheer me up all the time. Great musical talent, tight arrangements, and in your face humor that you can't help but laugh out loud or smile that dirty litte smile. If they come to your town GO!! I am trying to spread the word about their great sound to everyone I know. Enjoy.

Fourth Album from HCTM

I'm a big fan of these guys, love the first three albums, too. It's a horn band, all original stuff, very tight, and funky. They perform as horny (really) mummies, and have no real names in this century. The live shows are tremendous, so if you like what you hear, check out their web site and go see them live. I recommend them 100%. A true party band.

Finally, an album that rivals Everlasting Party!

I've been a fan of Here Come The Mummies for about 3 or 4 years, I own their previous three albums, and have seen them many times in concert and I gotta say this latest album is awesome, like Libido Knieval awesome.

The first album was great, then Everlasting Party raised the bar with an addictive album that became even more addicting once you saw these guys in concert. Single Entendre came out next and although it has some great hits like "Luscious" and "Libido Kneivel" I didn't find myself listening to most of the songs over and over and over again like I had with the last two cd's. Compared to Everlasting Party (the album that made me a Mummies fan) I felt a bit let down and worried that perhaps the best had passed them by. Not that Single Entendre was horrible, but it's hard to match the amazing stuff in "Everlasting Party".

Luckily, "Carnal Carnival" is what I've been waiting for! This album is full of good songs that only grow on you the more you listen to them.

I'm very happy that HCTM comes right out of the box with an amazing first song to kick us in the face with awesomeness. In my opinion the first song usually makes or breaks the album, and this one hits a home run everytime. The song "Carnal Carnival" has that HCTM energy that you expect from the grooviest undead on the planet. You listen to this song and want to jump up and down and sing real loud as if you were at one of their concerts. You will be listening to this song over and over. THIS is how you start an album!!! This song is just as good as "Believe" and "Tip Toe", and miles ahead of "Ugly". When the first song is this good you know you are in for something special. This will be the next BIG thing at their concerts, I guarantee it.

Best songs of this album:

Carnal Carnival
Love Triangle
Freak Flag
Eye of Horus

Not so great songs of the album:

Hurricanes, Floods, and Fires
The Now
Ho Heave

Although I listed good songs and bad songs (of course you might like the ones I don't so please give them all a chance), that was only to help those not wanting the full album pick a couple of songs because nobody should be without at least some Here Come The Mummies! Overall the album is VERY good, just as good as "Everlasting Party" (maybe better?!) and definitely better than "Single Entendre" and the aging "Terrifying Funk from Beyond the Grave".

Final Word:

Downloading this for $9.99 is a no-brainer for people who like good music and also for anyone that appreciates bands/artists that write their own music and actually play instruments. This is the kind of music AND TALENT that I think more people need to appreciate and support. This is band is amazing and they deserve a lot more attention than a lot of these "fake" "stars" that don't even write their own music and spend their time at concerts lip synching to their fans that paid ten times more to see them than we do to see the Mummies.

This would be a great album to get if you are new to HCTM but it's also a great addition for anyone like me who has their three previous albums and has been following the Mummies for years. It should also be noted that there is a lot of experimentation in here in terms of some of the sounds we hear (some songs are definitely unique sounding for HCTM, Creepin's oriental tune is a good example) and it's good to see them willing to take this risk and push their music forward and give their fans something new to enjoy. Lastly, the audio quality is superb, HCTM just keeps making their cd's sound better and better.

This album is Here Come The Mummies at their best, I can't recommend it enough.


Formed: 2000 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

While there are plenty of funk bands alive and kicking in the United States, there's only one that's made up entirely of mummies, that being Nashville, Tennessee's Here Come the Mummies. Careful to keep their identities, pun intended, under wraps, the band perform their funk/R&B jams completely wrapped up while using aliases like Eddie Mummy, Bucking Blanco, and Mummy Cass. Though they rose from their collective graves in 2000, the group has had an impressive output, starting in 2002 with their debut...
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Carnal Carnival, Here Come the Mummies
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Sep 01, 2010

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