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4.5 out of 5 stars
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4.5 out of 5 stars


on 29 April 2003
I'm so glad I found out the name of this band. I only heard of them from watching Buffy The Vampire Slayer and loving their song 'Sugar Water' from the previous album, Viva La Woman (also an amazing album) so I went out and bought both albums. But this album is the clear front-runner. Fresh new sounds that were long overdue and very very over-looked. Moonchild has become my favourite song ever. Words cannot explain how beautiful it is!! You're going to have to hear it for yourself. Buy now!!
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on 9 July 2002
A rich mix of diverse styles that sounds weird at first but you will rapidly realise is the most fresh and exciting in a long time. I was going to say that "Moonchild" and "Blue Train" were the best tracks but then I remember that all of the tracks are brilliant.
If you are feeling adventurous then give this album a go, you won't regret it.
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on 30 October 2000
An excellent album by Cibo Matto! this is full of brilliant atmospheric tunes, Moonchild is another stroke of genius by the emmensly talented Yuka Honda and the gang, and Sunday part one a cool poptastic track. I would reccomend this Album for anyone, who likes a mix of musical styles! A must have for any collection!
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on 3 December 2000
Stereotype A was the eagerly awaited second album from cibo matto.The group successfully blend hip hop, rock, techno,and latino and a whole host of differing styles, producing amazing results.Various guest appearances are from artists such as smoky hormell, billy martin and yumiko ohno, who perfectly complement the various funky tunes that are on the album.This is a must for people into ANY style of modern music.
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on 15 May 2008
I only checked this album out in 2008 after discovering Sean Lennon's music in 2006. All of the tracks are very listenable with the exception of 'Blue Train' which I find I always skip, but apart from that, I love the diversity of songs. Nothing quite like it in the charts at the moment.
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on 10 July 2004
After the outstanding Viva! La Woman, Stereotype A is a big let down. It's not that it's bad, it's just boring. Viva! had such a fresh sound, but Stereotype is so forgettable. It's background music and nothing more.
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