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50 INTELLECTUALLY STIMULATING THEMES FROM A CHEAP AMUSEMENT PARK FOR ROBOTS AND ALEINS, VOL. 1

Sir Millard Mulch

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

4.08 | 3 ratings

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Spanky
4 stars It seems strange that Millard would start out this strong and release such a poop turd of an album afterward (To Hell with...). There are 53 tracks of interestingly thought out goofball goodness on this release and it is not only the foundation for James Pitts and the Boy with the Perfectly Square Butthole, but it also portrays Millard's potential which he eventually got together and put to excellent use with the De-Evolution of Yasmine Bleeth EP and, his triple disc masterpiece: How to Sell the Whole F#@!ing Universe to Everybody...Once and for all!

From the beginning, Millard has the support of many different people such as Devin Townsend (Millard use to sell Townsend's albums on his website and he almost got to play on Devin's masterpiece Infinity), and Mike Portney (Millard interrupted a Dream Theater concert to give him a demo, a year later Mike bought on of Millard's albums from his website). This insane masterminded music virtuoso really let everyone have it with his first album, this thing is a beast diguised as a quarky video game loving goofball. Highly recommended for musicians, those who enjoy music that is hard to keep up wth, people who have a sense of humor, and the insane.

Spanky | 4/5 |

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