More? Why not!
An anagrammatic exorcism of the 60's
Hey, Music Lovers!
Ever gotten tired of your 60’s records?
And maybe also of all the re-masterings, re-workings, re-creations, re-packagings, re-editings and re-samplings?
But still craving for more – because, let’s face it, it was the last decade when we Western kids could lead ourselves to believe the world would become a brand new and better place to be?
TH€ $OUND OF MON€¥ are taking new approach:
We left the music. Let those wonderful corpses rest in their coffins. Instead, we merely took the titles of 12 of our favourite 60’s albums as their DNA – and gave the letters a good shake!
Out came a batch of 12 new titles for new songs. We wrote those songs, recorded them, and are gathering them now on the forthcoming album “MORE? WHY NOT! – AN ANAGRAMMATIC EXORCISM OF THE 60s”. And a cover to match: It’s a visual anagram of the original record covers, as well as a tribute to one of the seminal 60’s record artworks, Robert Crumb’s “Cheap Thrills” (Big Brother & the Holding Company).
So everybody’s most beloved pop era can start afresh!
(Just as the band does – if you care to take a look at the members’ biographies.)
And we will all be beautiful again.