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4.5 out of 5

45 Ratings

Most Underrated/Under-publicized Record of 2004

greid,

The record works as an elaborate map. Unlike most maps this includes intentional misdirections and noted booby-traps. There is just so much going on; the elementary students in "... Peruvian Monster" and the rhythmic explosion which is "Zebra" will introduce you to chaos, chaos' mother and chaos' father. It's a real treat for your ears. Their 2006 record will not disappoint.

These guys are awesome

GABE4,

I had never heard of these guys before but just heard them open for Modest Mouse tonight in New Orleans... by far the greatest, most original and energetic band I have ever seen. The band members set up all their equipment which included spoons thrown into a metal bowl as just one instrument, along with an empty fire estinguisher for another original instrument. To top this off the paino player took water and made the sign of the cross on a girl in the crowds forehead... lik I said they are original. This is the first time I'm listening to this cd. regardless if you like them on cd they are amazingly awesome in concert. NO DOUBT the best

About Man Man

Based in Philadelphia but also spending time in New York, Man Man formed with members Honus Honus (vocals/synthesizer), Tiberius Lyn (drums), Clint Killingsworth (bass), and Steven Dufala (guitar/trumpet). Man Man made their album debut in 2004 with The Man in a Blue Turban with a Face, and Six Demon Bag followed in 2006 with Lyn replaced by new drummer and songwriter Pow Wow (Chris Powell). As they established themselves over the next few years, the eclectic quartet welcomed Brown Sugar (Adam Schatz) and Shono Murphy (Bryan Murphy) to their line-up after the exit of Killingsworth and Dufal, and played shows with artists such as Cat Power, Adam Green, Mirah, U.S. Maple, Aereogramme, Need New Body, and Bardo Pond. Over the course of 2008’s Rabbit Habits, 2011’s Life Fantastic, and 2013's Oni Oni Pond, the band segued into a more standard pop approach without compromising its bizarre musical style. ~ MacKenzie Wilson

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