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Time to Retox
by Noodle Muffin
Reviewed by: Joel Pirard
Song Samples from the CD
Indie pranksters Noodle Muffin are back! Their new CD “Time to Retox” is chock full o’ fun tunes including
a Christmas song, a manic theme song, a "Safety Dance" for the 2010's, and an angry tirade against character
actor Wilford Brimley. It's fun sh*t!!
(Fyoog State Records) SILLY NAME aside, crazy musical themes abound all over the place, yet you can tell these guys can play.
The lyrical content is out of control, like The B-52s meet schizophrenia head on. An 80’s retro style one second, then synth
pop, then hip hop, nonsense lyrics throughout, satire meets music again. These guys always seem to have tongue firmly in cheek
and yet I get the sense that they take themselves seriously enough to do what they do well. I suspect that if I told them that
to their faves I’d get a pie in my face for my trouble.
The weird thing is that I never listen to stuff like this at all, yet there is something infectious about their stuff.
There is a lot of ‘language’ on this CD, but it is really kind of harmless. More for comic relief than anything else. Sped up voices, electronic vocal samples, a perverse Donald Duck getting molested pervades ‘Where Is Bucky”.
Then suddenly a pop tune with a sexually suggestive Xmas song “ You Put The Ho HO HO in Xmas time” well you get the idea.
The titles alone are funny as hell, and I suspect there is a healthy dose of backslapping spi-ttakes when they thought these up.
If you like sarcastic wit, ridiculous lyrics with a humorous twist, well played style parodies. ( think Weird Al on acid)
you should like this stuff.
All song samples are from Noodle Muffin - Time to Retox page on CD Baby.
The Noodle Muffin Show
Where is Bucky?
You Put the Ho Ho Ho into Christmas Time
Wilford Brimley Smoked My Fatty (Reprise)
G.O.P. (Gay Old Party)
KEEP IN MIND THIS IS NOT MUSIC TO PLAY WITH CHILDREN IN THE ROOM. Seriously.
Joel Pirard ...EvO:R Reviewer.
Joel Pirard- has been playing, writing, and recording original rock music for years, as a guitarist, bassist and keyboardist. Pop-rock and Progressive rock explorations, are a big part of Joel’s resume. Currently playing and writing in THE JDA PROJECT, and most recently, JESTER’S PROMENADE, Joel finds himself having the best of times working with musicians he has had a long association with. THE JDA PROJECT features Don Pitz whom Joel met in 1981 and in 1985, Arno Tietje.
Joel Pirard- staff reviewer
JESTER’S PROMENADE features Joel, with ex-ORION and ex-AVALON USA bandmates John Curtin, and CJ Truitt, and ex-AVALON USA drummer and lyricist Bruce Henninger. Joel balances musical time with a rich family life, in New York State , with his wife Alexandra, and their 3 children.
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