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    Its Your Problem - Moloko - Things To Make And Do (CD, Album)

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    1. Brasar

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      Pure Pleasure Seeker Lyrics: Yeah / Gotta get me some, gotta get me / Instant gratification / Gimme new kicks, won't you show me new tricks / Without the ramifications / Give it a try, don't be.
    2. Gosida

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      Read and write album reviews for Things to Make and Do - Moloko on AllMusic.
    3. Gakree

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      Jun 19,  · It is not by chance that the tracks of the heterogeneous “Things To Make And Do” remind us of Bristol’s trip hop, with vocal and rhythmic experiments, and even recur to short atmospheres like scat or choral versions. The last one, however, is to dance all night. Or all of life long. Tracklist: Radio Moscow. Pure Pleasure Seeker.
    4. Mooguzuru

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      Limited gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing including four page booklet. Moloko's third album Things to Make and Do marks a shift in the sound of the duo, with tracks more reliant on live musicians. The first single 'The Time Is Now' became Moloko's biggest hit, peaking at number two in the UK. Roisin Murphy's singing style, combining a variety of voices and textures, is as impressive as ever before/5(63).
    5. Shaktisar

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      Things to Make and Do is the third album by the electronic/dance duo Moloko, released in the UK by Echo Records in It was a sonic departure for Moloko, with tracks less reliant on electronics and more on live musicians. In addition to the change in musical styles, the album featured new vocal technique, from the lead singer Róisín Murphy.
    6. Vubei

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      Moloko's third album Things to Make and Do marks a shift in the sound of the duo, with tracks more reliant on live musicians. The first single "The Time Is Now" became Moloko's biggest hit, peaking at number two in the UK. Roisin Murphy's singing style, combining a variety of voices and textures, is as impressive as ever before.
    7. Minris

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      UK dancepop duo Moloko are in fine form in "Things to Make And Do," their third blend of acid jazz and trippy electronica. The talented Roisin Murphy and Mark Brydon create a charmingly erratic dance album that sounds like nothing else, yet never fails to draw you in/5(62).
    8. Kajinn

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      Nov 19,  · referencing Things To Make And Do, CD, Album, ECHCD31 While most of the songs aren't really the sort of one's I'd listen to again and again, I like this album nonetheless. I like the album cover too, reminds me of my Mum's hobby on making dolls/5().
    9. Misar

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      Considering the esoteric materials that make up Moloko's unusual sound (trip-hop, funk, drum'n'bass, and a decidedly bizarro pop ethic), the group's music is surprisingly coherent and accessible. Things to Make and Do, the English duo's third full-length platter, is as strong as anything else they've done -- Roisin Murphy's singing style, which combines a wild variety of voices and textures 8/

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