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Augie March, a five member band from Melbourne, Australia, take their name from Saul Bellow's novel "The Adventures of Augie March". Richards' vocals and songwriting are simply beautiful, passionate and create great imagery with a literary slant. His lyrical style is clever, descriptive, and poetic. Lyrical wordplay aside, Augie March songs are intense, diverse, beautiful, and wonderfully composed. Moo, You Bloody Choir (2007/Jive, 2006/Sony/BMG) is less quirky and layered than their previous albums, Strange Bird (2004/SpinART, 2002/BMG Aus) and Sunset Studies (2000/BMG Aus). It also features more backing vocals and sounds somewhat more traditional. Still, it contains the other-worldy and subtle, unique quality that define Augie March songs. This is an immensely enjoyable album that will not bore you. I recommend everything, but here is a run through: Just Passing Through (7) is very high energy with pretty backing vocals. The Cold Acre (3) is a nice song with fantastic keyboards and vocals. One Crowded Hour (1) builds up to lovely charged song. Thin Captian Crackers (8) is a very catchy playful track. The Baron of Sentiment (11) is also a fun pop track. Vernoona (14) has a beautiful, sparkling melody. Clockwork (13) is a dark, driven song heavily layered with guitars. Stranger strange (4) a beautiful steady, and somewhat strange track with britpop guitars and soaring melodies. Mother Greer (5) is country-ish with nice keyboards. Bottle Baby (9) is in the spirit of Dylan.

Sound Reinforcement

More lyrical genius from the prose of Glen Richards. The album starts strong with "One Croded Hour" but lags in the middle. It picks up again With "Just Passing Through". A modest rocker that has the ability to match exactly whatever mood you're in. The affect is rounded out with "There Is No Such Place" and "Clockwork". Maybe too much refinement went into this record but the highs outnumber the lows and the lows aren't that bad either.

Augie March can do no wrong

Augie March are an Aussie enigma.This is really beautiful stuff. Music so unique, haunting, poetic, and achingly beautiful that I just want people to embrace it like I have. The iTunes review of 'Moo' shocked me a bit. Then again, a quick couple of listens doesn't do the band justice. These guys will grow on you and reasons can be found to love every song, not just the standouts. 'One Crowded Hour' is the big single, a great rolling song with wonderful lyrics. Personal favourites are the more rocking 'Just Passing Through'; the acoustic Dylan-esque 'Bottle Baby'; the fun 'Thin Captain Crackers'; and the epic 'Clockwork' that just builds and builds. Americans also don't know how lucky they are to have a revamped version of ballad 'There Is No Such Place' included (from debut album 'Sunset Studies'). No words can describe that song- brings a tear to my eye. Don't make the mistake of ignoring Augie March's other releases. Debut 'Sunset Studies' remains on my 'Top 5 CD's to take to a deserted island' list. Please... PLEASE... check out Augie March. Bands like this are few and far between.

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