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The Soft Pink Truth is the solo alter ego of Drew Daniel, one half of celebrated Baltimore-based electronic duo Matmos. After a decade of silence in which Daniel concentrated on Matmos and becoming a Shakespeare professor, The Soft Pink Truth is set to release Why Do the Heathen Rage? whose subtitle “Electronic Profanations of Black Metal Classics” reveals its bizarre agenda as an ... Read more in Amazon's The Soft Pink Truth Store

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  • Audio CD (17 Feb. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Accidental
  • ASIN: B000088EI6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 364,980 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Everybody’s soft
2. Gender Studies
3. Promofunk
4. Make up
5. Coat check
6. Satie (Grey corduroy suit)
7. Soft pink missy
8. Big booty bitches
9. Over you (no love)
10. I want to thank you
11. Promofunk (Video)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Rahmani on 25 Feb. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Highly anticipated album from Matmos mainman Drew Daniel, aka The Soft Pink Truth, on Matthew Herbert's Soundslike imprint. Effortlessly fusing the r'n'b suss of Timbaland with the glitch cut up dynamics of Akufen and the sexyness of classic 70's disco. Made up from the two now classic 12"'s 'Soft Pink Missy' and 'Promo Funk' alongside three additional tracks 'Do You Party' is the essential album of this harsh winter. From the midtempo cut-up delight of 'Everybody's Soft' to the female tribute 'Gender Studies'. The Blevin Blectum bomb 'Make Up'. The John Carpenter down the disco delight 'Promo Funk' then onto the dirty r'n'b booty house groover 'Over You (No Love)'. The new tracks are 'Satie (Grey Corduroy Suit)' which adds a dose of Matmos electronics to the cocktail - 'Big Booty Bitches' is hyper glitched with many miami bass samples and a moody synth line. The album closes with the touchingly funny and heartfelt sample collage 'I Want To Thank You'. Wicked from start to finish, add a splash of pink to your cd collection today. Ace.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Coat Check 1 May 2003
By Keldor - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It soundslike what it is: if Matmos made party music. The story is that English House wizard Matthew Herbert proposed a friendly wager with Drew Daniel (one half of SF-based Matmos and part of Bjork's "Vespertine" team) that he couldn't use his talents to produce a decent House record. Well, HE DID, and Matthew Herbert put it out on his label, SoundsLike. If you like house/dance/party music, you should check out this fresh perspective. If you like Matmos, then you should already have this. It might be somewhere between Matmos' "A Cance to Cut..." and DaftPunk's "Discovery" , but then it's totally different. While the Soft Pink Truth is actually just Drew Daniel in Sampletown, Martin Schmidt (the tall thin half) also contributes on a few tracks, and Blevin Blectum (half of Blectum from Blechdom) sings on a great cover of Vanity 6's "Make Up". The CD also features an amazing and hilarious video for 'PromoFunk'. Of all the great albums that have to suffer the ridiculous label of "Intelligent Dance Music", this might be the most appropriate case.
17 of 22 people found the following review helpful
yo 18 Feb. 2004
By M. Hettich - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Like if you took the 80s and umm... bombed it. No, wait... like if you took the 80s and hit it with a tactile nuclear missile... No, Like if you took a tactile nuclear missile and hit it with the 80s. There we go.
Clever 28 April 2007
By Frederick A. Bristol - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I just love their humor, style and in your face sound. What a treat!
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Not so much party 8 Oct. 2003
By Jose Luis Olivares - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Being both a Matmos fan and a dance party fan, I was excited when I heard about this cd. I was hoping that it would be some sort of dance/glitch party album that would move my feet in a way I never thought possible. Unfortunately, Do You Party doesn't have a single dancey song on it. It does cause you to bob your head or wiggle your feet every now and then, but none of the grooves groove enough. Sure, it's fun and funny at times, especially on the first 4 songs of the CD, but overall the CD sounds like a more accessible Matmos CD rather than a party CD. I'd recommend DAT Politics' Plugs Plus for those looking for a dancey glitch album.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
daft punk on acid 29 July 2003
By Ramzi Osta - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
if daft punk decided to go experimental this is what this album sounds like...too bad for them...SPT did it
this album is so refreshing.....it has its cheesey hip hopish disco theme to it cause it is a joke after all
this is a fun album for some band member that makes weird abstract music
check out u-ziq bilious paths if you like this one
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