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|1. Working For Vacation|
|4. Lint Of Love|
|6. Sci-Fi Wasabi|
|9. King Of Silence|
|10. Blue Train|
|11. Sunday Part I|
|12. Sunday Part II|
I highly recommend this album to anyone with an ear for great music.
The songs are very funny but in a Po-Mo making fun of things kind of way, but they also have a serious message to them often, as well.
And not only that, but their phrasing--the way they fit these lyrics in with the music--is truly wonderful and just a joy to listen to.
Hands down, my favourite album of all time. If you like alternative music of ANY kind please give this a good listen or 5.Published 1 month ago by Chandler Hendry
This is one of those lost albums from the 90's that now has a HUGE fan base. If you don't believe me YOUTUBE it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Matthew R. Jacks
Such a diverse album full of great songs. Lovely melodies catchy choruses, I just love Cibo Matto! their best album they've ever released!Published 9 months ago by Andrew B.
Cibo Matto is an unbelievably creative force of nature in the music world. "Creative" doesn't even begin to describe them, and I can't wait to get my copy of "Hotel... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Cibo Matto's second CD is so good that (like their first one) you may find yourself atoning for the "sin" of not having bought it when it was first released (more than a... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Hominid Philosophiae
This isn't an album review, per se. There are already plenty of reviews of the actual music. My entire purpose in writing this review is to help people avoid paying high... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Steward Willons
I personally love Cibo Matto and i'm only 15 years old. Just hearing about them i bought all of their albums wish they made more!!!Published 22 months ago by 0426mari
1.) Working For Vacation - 3/5
A fun song that is pretty silly lyrically. I normally skip this song, but it's not awful.
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I saw Cibo Matto at a club in NYC back in 2001. They sounded great on stage, and they did a lot of the music from Stereotype A. Read morePublished on July 10, 2009 by Joseph G. Jamieson