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10/10 Brian Customer review, 12th April 2016
I may be a bit biased writing this, since the Sharks Keep Moving LP is one of my favorite records of all time, this debut EP is a 'highly refined' Sharks Keep Moving which I REALLY enjoy.
Every song is about women, smoking, drinking, partying and just having a good time. No this isn't a rap album. The first two MTB releases are the best just because of the rawness of each song, not that I don't enjoy the newer material, but nothing beats the original melodies, Dave's tapping and party anthems.
Hey Wanna Throw Up? Get Me Naked 4/5 - Perfect introduction; it captures the abrasiveness and calmness of this EP. The lyrics show one of the many encounters with a woman that Jake has had.
Lemurs Man Lemurs 5/5 - Simple melody, great tapping and very trippy. The outro is a great jam
Intro 5/5 - great transition
Untitled 5/5 - Trippy; also a great transition into the next song
Just Kickin' It Like a Wild Donkey 5/5 - This is one's one of the softer and emotional songs, even though the song's about damn jeans. Beautiful track and one of the highlights.
Potato Juice & Liquid Bread 5/5 - The last instrumental track and the best one. This one's filled with noises and guitars accompanied by a crunchy bass throughout... reaaaaaaally trippy.
Pantsuit... Uggghhh 1000000/5 - A wonderful closer to such a great album. Every line and part of this song is moving and monumental. Line "No one sleeps yet; let's keep it going until the morning" with Dave's expert tapping in the background is a truly inspiring moment.
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7/10 Jack Customer review, 5th September 2015
This is one of the most chill albums I've ever heard. Great guitar work, relatable lyrics, and a general cool hang-out album with a group of friends. You can just chill and talk whatever with somebody with it in the background or have it playing around a campfire. I don't hear enough of this kind of music often, so it's a real refresher. My only problem with it is it didn't have some of the more high-energy songs of their other albums and there definitely was not enough songs! It ended way too quickly.
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