|1.||"Ffunny Ffrends" (4:09)|
|3.||"Thought Ballune" (4:00)|
|4.||"Jello & Juggernauts" (3:24)|
|1.||"How Can You Luv Me" (3:27)|
|2.||"Nerve Damage!" (2:15)|
|3.||"Little Blu House" (3:01)|
|4.||"Strangers Are Strange" (2:25)|
|5.||"Boy Witch" (2:24)|
Time for a re-up on Unknown Mortal Orchestra's everlasting, debut, self-titled album from 2011. It's clear from the get-go that UMO were, and are, full of musical influences and dialogue. Take "Ffunny Ffrends", a wonderfully lanky charm of an opener that moves into the jangley, surfy, guitar rock and subtle stomp boxing of "Bicycle", to, furthermore, the lazy funk of "Thought Ballune" and ever-freshness of "How Can You Luv Me". The album comes from a time when indie music was arguably at its most popular peak, and while many groups and their sound from this period have persevered, or gone by the wayside, there's something in the timbre of Unknown Mortal Orchestra's music that's here to stay, as playful and avant as it is.
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