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Shed Anthems [Mixed By Mj Hibbett And The Validators]

B-52's, MJ Hibbett Audio CD

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1. Things'll Be Different (when I'm in charge)
2. The Fair Play Trophy (again)
3. Billy Jones Is Dead
4. City Centres
5. The Primal Rhythms Of The Bolivian Nose Flautist
6. Let The Weird Band Win

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MJ Hibbett & The Validators are probably best known for the song 'Hey Hey 16K', which has so far had over half a million downloads, and was recently one of the most talked about sites on the internet. This is their new EP, which features the track 'The Fair Play Trophy (again)', the Euro 2004 anthem taken up by Steve Lamacq to soundtrack his 6Music coverage of the tournament, and predicted by him to become number 1 not just in this country, but across Europe!

The lead track, 'Things'll Be Different (when I'm in charge)' comes from the album 'This Is Not A Library', which was proclaimed album of the year 2003 by Rolling Stone Online (true!), as 'Literate, sassy, human pop music' by Careless Talk Costs Lives, AND 'in a field all its own - love it!' by Logo. The EP also features 'The Primal Rhythms Of The Bolivian Nose Flautist', which was voted for by readers of Need To Know, POPEX, The Guardian Online and drowndedinsound (amongst others) as their favourite pre-Validators track to re-record.

Three other brand new recordings complete the main EP, but there's much more material for fans who put the CD into their computers. As well as lyrics, annotations, and at least one alternative version of all of the main EP songs, there are 14 otherwise unreleased tracks to listen to, including a new version of another massive internet hit, 'Programming Is A Poetry For Our Time'.


Shed Anthems is completely bloody brilliant. -- Tasty Fanzine - June 2004

The criminally unknown Mark Hibbett speaks the words we feel inside. -- Rolling Stone Online - March 2004

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