Momus returned to the international pop stage in 2003 with a new sound. Having relocated to Tokyo from New York City following 9/11, his music remains remarkably quirky, from the spoken word cut-and-paste experimentation of the opening track, "Spooky Kabuki," through the hidden 17th track, "The Ringtone Cycle. Continuing with his own self-described "cabaret concrete" experiments, on Oskar Tennis Champion Momus initially toyed with the oriental theater sounds of kabuki and Cantonese opera, before returning to his offbeat storytelling musical roots.
Oh Oskar Tennis Champion It's all gone wrong Who knew you'd see Utopia but you'd be King Kong? Oskar Tennis Champion uh-oh wow Can pompous Walter Gropius save you now? Ultra-modernism it's a drag When Jacques Tati and Buster Keaton write your gags. Oskar Tennis Champion" Track Info. Release Date January 1, 2003. Oskar Tennis Champion Momus.
Oskar Tennis Champion. This album has an average beat per minute of 113 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/179 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Oskar Tennis Champion. BPM Profile Oskar Tennis Champion. Album starts at 85BPM, ends at BPM (-85), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Momus.
Circus Maximus is the debut album by Scottish musician Momus, released on January 15, 1986 on Creation Records. It deals primarily with Biblical and Ancient Roman themes, making reference to figures such as Saul, St. Sebastian, Lucretia, and Solomon. The title, Circus Maximus, refers to the ancient Roman chariot racing and entertainment venue of the same name. Oskar Tennis Champion. This LP is COLD and wants to be German. The title track is about his Tennis champion uncle who wants to build a part of a city and gets into some weird situations. For the most part, the album has COLD imagery "Lapdog" takes place in Antartica.
Oskar Tennis Champion (2003). Oskar Tennis Champion (Cherry Red 008CD) is a 2003 album by Momus. computerized beats," referring to his love of singer songwriters such as Jacques Brel and Serge Gainsbourg mixed with his love of musique concrète.