14 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Happy 25th!

Matthew Sibley

I got to hand it to those guys, they're pulling out all the stops with a brand new album! Happy 25th anniversary Blue Man Group!

New Blue Man album, captures the nostalgic aspects of Blue Man but is totally new!

JacobMDicke

Wow! That's all I can say. Blue Man went back to their roots and produced a great album. It's a wall of sound, that sounds nothing like their 20+ year old debut album Audio. It's tribal, hardcore, and fresh! Great job Blue Man and here's to 25 more years!!

Three of the Best

ArkPrefect

I first listened to Blue Man Group when I was five years old. We had their rock concert tour on CD, and I would watch it all the time. When I got my first iPod, the Nano, they were the first thing I put on it. Needless to say, I love the Blue Man Group and all their albums, and this one is no exception. This album shoots for what their tours in the last couple of years have been: Connecting with the audience and the times. Each song is fresh and unlike the last, and they all have the feel to them that really shows the time and effort put into each one. Your PVC pipes are back, and the sounds are as strong as ever. If you are even a remote fan, this is a must have. Happy 25th birthday guys, amazing album, and such a way to come back from a 13 year break of record albums. I enjoyed your show in Cleveland, it would mean the world to me if you could bring the Rock Concert here. Love your work, and I can't way to see what you have in store for the future.

About Blue Man Group

Experimental musical theater troupe the Blue Man Group were founded in 1987 by longtime friends Matt Goldman, Phil Stanton, and Chris Wink; identical in their blue-painted skin, skullcaps, and black clothing, they soon became a fixture of the New York underground performance art scene thanks to their regular appearances in Central Park, followed by shows at noted East Village spaces including Dixon Place, Performance Space 122, and the Wooster Group's Performing Garage. Equal parts play, concert, and sketch routine, the Blue Man Group combined sight gags, physical stunts, and audience participation, with members of the front rows given plastic rain ponchos as protection from the hail of paint, food, and other assorted projectiles launched from the stage; in early 1991, they premiered their production Tubes at La MaMa, moving to the Astor Place Theater by the end of the year and ultimately winning an Obie Award for their efforts. Tubes eventually expanded to long runs in Boston, Chicago, and Las Vegas; in 1999, the Blue Man Group also issued an album, Audio, spotlighting their custom musical instruments. Three years later, the trio inked a multi-album deal with Atlantic's sister label, Lava Records. The Complex, which appeared in April 2003, marked the Blue Man Group's monumental sophomore album -- a slick effort showcasing impressive collaborations with Tracy Bonham, Dave Matthews, Dan the Automator, and Esthero. In 2008, the group celebrated its successful How to Be a Megastar tour by releasing a CD/DVD of the show as well as an EP of remixes of "Canta Conmigo," the successful Spanish-language interpretation of their song "Sing Along." Over the coming years, the Blue Man Group continued to expand its theatrical operations around the world, and in 2012, released an EP featuring various versions of their epic concert finale "Shake Your Euphemism." A new full-length album, Three, was released in 2016 to commemorate their 25th anniversary. ~ Jason Ankeny

  • ORIGIN
    New York, NY
  • GENRE
    Rock
  • FORMED
    1987

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