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Cibo Matto - Stereotype A

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Released in 1999 on Warner Brothers Records

Hit Number 1 on CMJ Charts it's 5th Week on the College Charts!

"Stereotype A, confirms that the best way to make pop music is by combining multiple styles... Combined with Yuka Honda's style for sampling and Miho's sensual vocals, Stereotype A is a complete success."
SOMA Magazine


Track Listing
1. Working For Vacation 8. Speechless
2. Spoon 9. King of Silence
3. Flowers
10. Blue Train
4. Lint of Love
11. Sunday Part I
5. Moonchild 12. Sunday Part II
6. Sci-Fi Wasabi 13. Stone
7. Clouds 14. Mortming
 
Stereotype A

Cibo Matto
Stereotype A
Released June 1999

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Real Audio Samples at Cibo Matto's Official Site

Lint of Love - MP3 Song Download at Mediatalk.com


There are two "Bonus" tracks on the Japanese and Australian CDs, and on U.S. vinyl. There is a short instrumental called "Country" and the song "Backseat" appears on those versions.

Cibo Matto Music - Raves

Cibo Matto's
"Stereotype A"
Hit Number 1 on CMJ Charts it's 5th Week on the College Charts!
Album Released June 1999

"Album of the year so far. Purely joyous pop."
Melody Maker

"Pure pop LP of the year so far."
Time Out (London)

"Stereotype A, confirms that the best way to make pop music is by combining multiple styles... Combined with Yuka Honda's style for sampling and Miho's sensual vocals, Stereotype A is a complete success."
SOMA Magazine

"Stereotype A is a colorful tour of the American contemporary sonic landscape."
LA Times

"Lowlights: none. I'm putting this sucker on my "Best of 1999" list, no doubt."
MTV OnLine


CMJ (1/10/00, pp.6-7) - Ranked #27 in CMJ's "Top 30 Editorial
Picks [for 1999]."

Rolling Stone (6/24/99, p.68) - 3 1/2 out of 5 - "...this busy,
funky, self-assured second full-length album is nobody's exotic
joke....many of the songs [are] built on shimmering, suspended
chords and off-kilter space beats..."

Vibe (6,7/99, p.184) - "...a punchy, danceable collection of
original instrumentation and sampling with flashes of '80s
electro pop....The cute, quirky pair...[tackle] issues close to
home: love affairs, friendships, public image and-get
this-kitchen utensils....Pleasant."

Wire (8/99, p.49) - "...a smoothly blended musical
stew....[Yuka] Honda's constantly inventive sampler
structures and arrangements...really dazzle. It's an almost
perfect pop record...proving that globalisation needn't mean
empty platitudes and overly glossed beats..."

CMJ (6/7/99, p.5) - "...a wildly diverse collection that
clubhops all over New York's musical landscape....this eclectic
album [is] one B-girl bouillabaisse impossible to pass up."

Entertainment Weekly (6/11/99, p.69) - "The cheeky gals of
Cibo Matto achieve charm by being out of their time and
culture....It's now, it's then, it's here, it's there. It's good." -
Rating: B+


 

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