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Sir Millard Mulch - How to Sell the Whole F#@!ing Universe to Everybody...Once and for all! CD (album) cover


Sir Millard Mulch



3.64 | 7 ratings

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2 stars An interesting album to say the least SIR MILLARD MULCH's 'How to Sell the Whole F#@!ing Universe to Everybody ...Once and for all!' is an extraordinarily long and persistent album spanning 3 discs and way more time than it's worth, while it does have some funny and interesting parts it's entirely disposable when it all comes down to it.

The majority of the music is ironically commercial poppy metal with harmonised vocals, the only merit is in the lyrics which are often quite witty and funny but once the novelty has worn off it gets old fast, it's mostly about how he's an artist and shouldn't have to work for a living and how he desperately wants to be famous and successful and it's a fairly thin charade as you can tell deep down he really means it (someone should tell him that you do that by making interesting music with genuinely funny lyrics). A lot of the other tracks are satirical infomercials and general mindless banter and after about half an hour it's hard to not find yourself bored I forced myself to sit through the whole 2 and a half hours, once is enough.

Overall I could recommend people into this kind of music listen to it simply for curiosity's sake, there are a scant few good interesting moments considering how much time this album occupies, mostly it's repetitive and redundant - recommended only to the curious or adventurous, you'd be well advised to stay away from this one.

FruMp | 2/5 |


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