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Catalogue Import

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Audio CD, Import, July 3, 2006
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1. Time Is Now
2. Sing It Back
3. Fun For Me
4. Familiar Feeling
5. Pure Pleasure Seeker
6. Cannot Contain This
7. Bankrupt Emotionally
8. Day For Night
9. Indigo
10. Flipside
11. Where Is The What If The What Is In Why
12. Forever More
13. Statues
14. Familiar Feeling (Live @ The Brixton Academy)
15. Absent Minded Friends (Live @ The Brixton Academy)
16. Day For Night (Live @ The Brixton Academy)
17. Fun For Me (Live @ The Brixton Academy)
18. Where Is The What (Live @ The Brixton Academy)
19. Cannot Contain This (Live @ The Brixton Academy)
20. Pure Pleasure Seeker (Live @ The Brixton Academy)
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 3, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Echo
  • ASIN: B000FQJNYI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #635,413 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Young Music Reviewer on August 15, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Headline: You Look Real Sexy in That Tight Sweater

It's a crying shame that a band like Moloko was enjoyed and celebrated more in the UK than here in America. Especially, around the time that Electronica was kicking off. While most of you listened more to Fatboy Slim, Chemical Brothers and other familiar characters, Moloko was fighting for attention without ahaving to use a commercial and so far, the only result is that their only American album, Do You Like My Tight Sweater?, was given more attention, while the rest of the albums (I'm still anticipating Things to Make and Do and my main focus album Statues to be released in America, not as an import; I just discovered their album I Am Not a Doctor) was released in the UK. It was around the time the eccentrically fabricated Tight Sweater got the notice it deserved that I heard Moloko on a Batman and Robin CD. (Not only do I still love the single, but the song should not have been truncated to under 4 minutes on this Catalogue album.) The next time I heard about Moloko was from buying The Mystery Men soundtrack (still my favorite soundtrack to date) and ever since then, the go-go-like music and energy caught my ear so much, I wanted to hear more. Of course, not only would I forget to buy what sounds like a masterpiece, Do You Like My Tight Sweater, but around the time I anticipated their release of Statues, it never made it to the states from what I remembered. Now, they release a Greatest Hits album wisely named Catalogue, with a humorous cover. With this album, I beg you to buy this album to discover Moloko's best musical approaches.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Muraiki on July 22, 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Moloko, the "post-trip hop" turned dancepop duo from Sheffield, England has an impressive musical catalogue. From the experimental electronica of Do You Like My Tight Sweater, to the funky stylings of I Am Not A Doctor, to the stylistically-confused but vocally expressive Things To Make And Do, and the lyrically mature and lushly orchestrated Statues, Róisín Murphy (vocals) and Mark Brydon (production) have shown that they know how to entertain. Catalogue, a compilation album that spans 1995 to 2003 and pulls from band's entire output, is a distillation of the former couple's talent.

This review is for the two-disc "Value-Pak" edition of Catalogue. The first disc contains all of Moloko's singles (with the exception of "Dominoid"), the album-exclusive "Bankrupt Emotionally," and "Statues" (the title track of Moloko's fourth album; who knows why this made the cut). The track listing omits the fact that "The Time Is Now," "Sing It Back," "Fun For Me," "Familiar Feeling," "Cannot Contain This," "Day For Night," "Indigo," and "The Flipside" are radio edits. Moloko has a complicated history of edits and mixes, and Catalogue presents you with most of the popular versions. Unfortunately, if you want all of the radio edits, you'll need to pick up the singles/EPs for "Forever More" ("Take My Hand," a bonus track, makes this album worth having anyway), "Dominoid" (which is a radio mix very different from the album version), and "Pure Pleasure Seeker." "Where Is The What If The What Is In Why" is the album version, which is technically a radio edit of a slightly longer (and even better) track that can be heard on the rare Moloko EP; it would have been nice if the original was on this disc instead.
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By Leah on January 11, 2008
Format: Audio CD
5 stars for that alone-sometimes there are songs that are so good that you could weep. Other good songs. I look forward to discovering their other cds
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