|Genre||:||Dance, House, Trip-Hop, Electronic|
|Rank||:||6112 history »|
Most popular songs
Most popular albums
|2||All Back To The Mine |
|4||Things to Make and Do |
|5||I Am Not a Doctor |
|6||Do You Like My Tight Sweater? |
- Facebook (0)
- LetsSingIt (11)
guest says:hirf says:08-03-2011 20:51@ Come On songMy favourite song on the album, and one of my favourite songs ever.hirf says:01-11-2010 22:35@ Statues  albumHere's the last album by the Anglo-Irish duo, Moloko. Presented as an album representing the end of a relationship (namely, Roisin Murphy and Mark Brydon's), it possesses the general theme of diminishing romantic relationship, the emotional turmoil and finally, the end.
A Moloko album has never been so polished; and that can both be a good thing and a bad thing. Some people may prefer older and 'quirkier' Moloko work, but judging from ratings of past Moloko hits on LetsSingIt, most of the on-line population of this site would love this 'new' material
It plays smoothly, song by song, seamlessly. There is an obvious theme and connection between each song. However, each song is unique enough to warrant many listens. Instrumentals play a large part of each song, going on for several minutes at a time, reaching a climax, an epitome of a the emotional end and/or beginning of a relationship. Lyrically, the words tie in with the general theme of a break-up. Vocally, Roisin Murphy has always been top notch, and Statues is no exception; as always, she is a pleasure to listen to.
I Want You
Over & OverBaino says:22-01-2006 13:11DarkMalakiel says:12-12-2005 01:15@ Fun for Me song
LOVE IT!beetroot says:31-08-2005 07:26
It was the first Moloko song I heard...
And I learnt the guitar part... its a good songschmeep says:30-06-2005 18:55Olivia_Ka says:02-02-2005 12:22Mien says:05-11-2004 06:00DECEMBER_1997 says:13-09-2004 13:57DECEMBER_1997 says:13-09-2004 13:45