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Album Review

Just when you thought John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants couldn't get any goofier, he ups the ante with this mind-bogglingly eclectic side project. While his nasal vocals are unmistakable, the addition of scratching by DJ***** and exotic percussion by Mauro Refrosco make for fresh textures to the music. Granted, this is not a great departure from the typical TMBG gig, but there is plenty of fun still in the mix. Dipping into the boogaloo bag for the disc's 14 tracks, Flansburgh and company come up with funk ("Creepy"), cocktail ("Taste the Bass"), disco ("Extra Krispy"), new wave ("Back Stabbing Liar"), and much more. However, a warning label could be added to the CD case: sense of humor required.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Mono Puff was the eclectic side project of They Might Be Giants' singer/guitarist John Flansburgh; also comprising veteran session bassist Hal Cragin and Skeleton Key drummer Steve Calhoon, the group debuted with a series of EPs issued via Flansburgh's "Hello CD of the Month Club" project, with many of the tracks subsequently...
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