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Music From Hell Import

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Japanese pressing of the eclectic metal act's 2004 album includes one bonus track 'Mr. Scruffen McFluff'. Avalon.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Fletcher Teh Mouse
  2. Funky Lizard
  3. Gee-Wiz-Guitar Solo
  4. Brainscraper
  5. Dr. Fluffels
  6. Exploding Head
  7. Ridiculosous
  8. Nincompoop Scuttle
  9. Looney Tune
  10. Mr. Scruffen Mcfluff
  11. In The Mudd (Bonus Track)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 22, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Marquee Inc. Japan
  • ASIN: B0002T23O0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,001,269 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I am apalled, so I'll straight get to the point. This is what it says in the two-page booklet of Electric Cartoon Music from Hell:

"I can already imagine it. Listeners scratching their heads, thinking, 'Surely it's not possible to play this stuff in real time. Right?' Wrong. You have the CD in your hands (or in your player). The evidence is before you. In E-250 you have a collection of some of the most O.T.T. electric instrumental music ever recorded."

Well, that's right. This is some of the sickest, most off the wall instrumental music you'll ever hear. Sure, the question of songwriting will pop up in many minds; and I'll definitely agree this is not for everyone. Of all people, fans of quirky instrumental music or guitar players should enjoy this album the most. Think the playfulness of Bumblefoot and the dazzling speed of Behold the Arctopus. Now give it a Spastic Ink spin, if you will. There you have it - Electrocution 250, a most impressive instrumental trio consisting of GIT-schooled Todd Duane on guitars and bass, Lale Larson on keyboards and piano, and last but not the least Peter Wildoer on drums, who previously played on Darkane and Time Requiem albums. Songs are generally faster than lightning and leave the human mind in knots. The sick sweeping that puts "Fletcher the Mouse" on fire is taken in a more playful (happy if you will) avenue thanks to sparkling keyboards, and crazy drum rolls. As its name itself suggests, this album is supposed to be cartoon-ish, and despite the ultra-technical musicianship this disc reveals, you can still feel the trio had immense fun while writing and recording these pieces. Duane's guitars begin playing fusiony leads that shred like never before and then meet an equally demanding keyboard intermezzo.
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Format: Audio CD
I was sitting in my car listening to the radio on Christmas Eve in 2004.Having consumed about 750 ml of Merlot wine (its okay,I was parked in my driveway not out on the road)I was twisting the tuning knob left and right trying to find something to keep my interest for more than a few minutes.After listening to snippets of songs that I have heard 1000-10000
times before, my radio picked up a signal from an obscure college station.
Wow! I thought, Who the hell is playing these amazing songs? Fortunately
the radio station played the whole album which got better with each song.
After the last song had played,the DJ told all us listeners that we had been listening to Electrocution 250.
Well as soon I was able to I ordered the cd.After many listens I
still haven't tired of this amazing original collection of songs.
One of the highlights for me is "DR FLUFFELS".I know that this album
my not be everyone's cup of tea.If you are impressed with incredible
instrumental virtuosity mixed with an equal part of fun, you owe yourself
a listen.
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By Clark Battle on January 5, 2011
Format: Audio CD
If I didnt know better I'd say that this music is unplayable. I mean, who else can perfectly synchronize 32nd note passages on guitar and bass interlaced with ultra fast cartoon music in rapidly shifting time signatures as a prelude to metal shred soloing over Coltrane's "Countdown" played faster than he ever did? Not playable. It must be a trick. Nope... the real deal. The only question is can your ears keep up. Its worth the 40$ for the disk but its also on Rhapsody. We're not worthy.
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