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5.0 out of 5 stars Insane Lunacy but utterly Addictive!
This album MUST be listened to as a whole and in order, there's no other way to fathom the incredible lunatic disparity on offer. the intro(s) are great and each track seems to fit (maybe apart from the burping one!!). I regard Si-Begg very highly anyway but this is an incredible album and almost beats the free Mixmag Osymyso CD (though doesn't quite). This album made...
Published on 5 Aug 2005 by Mr. Mark D. Ellis

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3.0 out of 5 stars Quite fun for a few minutes
Essentially a fun mashup of speech samples and electronic beats that's fun for a while but ultimately without much substance to feed the soul. If you like your music to move you then look elsewhere. This album isn't going to hit that part of you that makes you go, "damn, that's good!" but it might raise a little smile here and there if you're in a larking about...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Insane Lunacy but utterly Addictive!, 5 Aug 2005
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This review is from: The Noodles Foundation Presents: The Complete Death Of Cool (Audio CD)
This album MUST be listened to as a whole and in order, there's no other way to fathom the incredible lunatic disparity on offer. the intro(s) are great and each track seems to fit (maybe apart from the burping one!!). I regard Si-Begg very highly anyway but this is an incredible album and almost beats the free Mixmag Osymyso CD (though doesn't quite). This album made me chuckle like a schoolgirl all the way through which I suppose is the main thing- for the music to be fun, as well as catchy.
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4.0 out of 5 stars This is the best cd I've bought this year, 23 Oct 2001
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This review is from: The Noodles Foundation Presents: The Complete Death Of Cool (Audio CD)
I can't remember what prompted me to buy this CD - it cropped up when I was on a vague search for something else - but now that I have it I'm keenly anticipating Complete Death 2 (if such a thing is possible). It is a strange, funny mixture of music with mutated and looped samples. The main thing is the cleverness of much of it. The Si Begg contributions are especially appealing. The version of 'I dream of Jeanie' is strangely effective. Very much recommended.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Quite fun for a few minutes, 28 April 2014
This review is from: The Noodles Foundation Presents: The Complete Death Of Cool (Audio CD)
Essentially a fun mashup of speech samples and electronic beats that's fun for a while but ultimately without much substance to feed the soul. If you like your music to move you then look elsewhere. This album isn't going to hit that part of you that makes you go, "damn, that's good!" but it might raise a little smile here and there if you're in a larking about sort of mood.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bonkers, 5 July 2011
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Absolutely bonkers.............Hip Hop, electronica, lounge, pop its all in here, and all done with originality and creativity. I love it. Fun, fun, fun, fun.
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5.0 out of 5 stars top notch beats/samples insanity - major F.U.N., 30 Nov 2008
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anyone with an interest in what can be achieved with using an insane number of funny,left field found music samples ranging from kitsch, lounge , big hip-hop beats and vocals segments etc put to 38 micro length tracks should buy this : featured quirky beats practioners :Si Begg, Mouse on Mars amongst others have produced a cut up samples/beats gem here. think of capt beefheart meets charity shop vinyl finds meets kid koala + wagon christ. in a word : f.u.n.
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