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1. Color of Your Blues
2. Pick Up the Pieces
3. Summer Blue
4. Pretend to Sleep
5. My Loss, Your Gain
6. Everyday I Die a Little
7. Radiate Nothing
8. Black Butterfly
9. Nice to Me
10. Eyes That Ring
11. Brand New by Tomorrow

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  • Vinyl (February 27, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Brushfire Records
  • ASIN: B000MM1GJ0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,050 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 24, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The erstwhile Beastie Boy known as Money Mark (Mark Ramos-Nishita) has been skipping genres ever since he started releasing solo albums. One of those artists that's difficult to pin down, artistically speaking.

And in "Brand New By Tomorrow," he changes sounds about a dozen times, seamlessly skipping through styles like a stone over water -- a sort of folky Beatlesy pop inflected with some delightful electronica, with songwriting that hovers somewhere between introspection and depression.

It opens on a strong note: "Color of Your Blues," which tries to reshape the traditional blues with some grinding fuzzy guitar and a backing chorus during certain lines. "I feel naked wherever I go/people can see/it's in my face/and when I breathe/it's the story of faded glory/life is made up of all that you lose," Mark sings quietly.

He follows that up with a series of pop songs that hit an unusually eclectic note -- peppy pop with violins and drums, blippy electropop, mellow guitar tunes, tinkly little ballads, folksy-edged pop melodies, and your ordinary guitarpop laced with sharp, rapid beats. Then in the last song, he goes completely wild -- a crazy, funky dancepop tune!

"Brand New By Tomorrow" isn't quite Money Mark's most inspired piece of work -- that would have to be 1998's "Push The Button." This album even sounds a bit like it, with its electic pop pieces. But "Brand New By Tomorrow" is more focused on its theme than on trying out new sounds.

Part of that comes from Mark's voice -- a little rough and gravelly, and even light at times, as if he is hiding his feelings. And he can twist electronica, guitar, drums and a bit of strings into whatever kind of song, and whatever mood.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dee Zee on December 10, 2007
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This is a great album. Somewhat retro with the smooth sounds of the 70's but overall a great production with great songs. You won't go wrong with Money Mark's masterpiece.
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By Christopher T. Palmer on September 30, 2011
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This isn't going to be one of those insightful, in depth, critical thinking kinds of reviews. I am listening to this album as I type this, and I just can't listen to it enough. Read the other reviews, listen to the samples of the tracks...you'll know if it's your kind of thing, and if it is then you are going to love it as much as me. I'm going to go give his album Push The Button 5 stars soon too.

Update: I'm listening to this album as I update this review. I have been thinking about what gets super popular, and who becomes a superstar...and why...and how. The only cynical conclusion I have come up with that is that there's a lot of stupid sheeple out there. Why are Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne as big as they are, and artists like Money Mark aren't? This album is brilliant. Yea, I have turned into a huge fan, so read this review with that bias in mind :)
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This album is a nice stew of raw talent, good songs, and creativity simmered well on medium heat. I like that it doesn't sound glitzy and glammy like "AAA" pop music, but still offers indie synth pop-appeal.

I recently discovered this side of Money Mark and I must say I really love this album. This album covers many styles and Money Mark seems to do rather well with all of them. Instrumentation also varies greatly, with the album taking on a folk ballad kind of feeling. Calling this a hidden gem would probably be accurate.

This is the kind of album you expect to find while digging through a super cool record bin. Influence from 60's music, beatle-esque tones, psychedelic synths, guest musicians, and good execution make this an easy recommendation.
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