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Sex Mob - Sexotica



Sex Mob Sexotica
best of 2006Sex Mob - Sexotica
(CD) Thirsty Ear, 2006-08-01

Tracklisting :
01. Pygmy Suite
02. Martin Denny
03. Exotique
04. Luvin' Blume | Luvin' Blume
05. Quiet
06. Oakland
07. Dick Contino's Blues
08. Kid Rock Deluxe
09. 7 Bars | 7 Bars

Links :
stevenbernstein.net
sexmobmusic.com
myspace.com/stevenbernsteinmusic
thirstyear.com

Press release :
Never a band to conform, Sex Mob has consistently made music that is innovative and fresh. Their latest album, Sexotica, features original Sex Mob music in the spirit of Martin Denny and the Exotica genre. Joined by the production team Good and Evil, Sex Mob has created an album featuring modern electronic production, while maintaining their usual acoustic brilliance. The result is an acoustic-electronic mindbender of an album that features the best parts of both mediums.

Sexotica is an entertaining ride, incorporating humor, unique production and an overall feeling of exuberance. With solid compositions and interesting twists throughout the record, Sex Mob is clearly forwarding their mission of making jazz music engaging and fun.
Djouls

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