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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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5 stars The average attention span of a person is around 40 minutes. Well, it's something like that. So why would anyone want to listen to this triple disc, four hour long atrocity of an album? Also, how did a no name like Sir Millard Mulch manage to get so many high ranking people on his album? Virgil Donati (Steve Vai), Nick D'Virgilio (Spock's Beard, etc...), Devin Townsend (come on, you know him), Dave Meros (Spock's Beard), Nils Frykdahl (Sleepytime Gorilla Museum) and Morgan Agren (Kaipa, Zappa, Mats/Morgan) all got suckered into being on this album. Some of them are on here more than once too! Not to mention that this whole thing was released on Trey Spruance's record label Web of Mimicry!

Millard wrote this album not with a message about marketing. His own ideas are found everywhere on this album and in the 222 page companion book of his that goes along with this thing. The music is insane on this album. It will appeal to fans of all different kinds of music. Mostly progressive in style (there are a few that are more like commercials and infommercials), each song is humorous while managing to avoid sounding dated or cliche.

This is an album that is about one man's frustration with the music world, and why wouldn't Millard be frustrated? His music is far beyond that of many other artists these days and yet he recieves almost no recognition. I'll just come out and say that I can't believe more people haven't heard of him on this website. I'd think this place would love what he does. This album is enough to make any progressive music lover happy for an incredibly long period of time. It's 3 cds long!!!! This album is something you can't regret buying, you won't be able to permit yourself to feel anything but fulfillment after obtaining this Commercial Magnum Opus. So what are you waiting for? Go look it up and buy it!!!

Spanky | 5/5 |


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