Mugiboogie by Mugison, released 06 September 2008 1. Mugiboogie 2. The Patthetic Anthem (Demo) 3. To The Bone 4. Jesus Is A Good Name To Moan 5. George Harriosn 6. Deep Breathing 7. I´m Alright 8. The Animal 9. Two Thumb Sucking Son Of A Boyo 10. The Great Unrest 11. My Love I love 1. I´d been listening to lot´s of best-off´s Led Zeppelin, Hendrix. and loved the schizophrenic feel. That´s why it sounds all over the place. I´d started to play with these guys (Addi, Gudni, Petur Ben and David Thor) and loved the sound of the band.
Mugiboogie is an album by Mugison, released in 2008 by Ipecac Recordings. Mugison recorded and mixed it together with Birgir Jón Birgisson in the Sundlaugin studio in Iceland. All tracks written by Mugison. The Pathetic Anthem" – 4:14. Jesus Is a Good Name to Moan" – 4:36. George Harrison" – 3:28. Deep Breathing" – 5:14. Two Thumb Sucking Son of a Boyo" – 3:46. The Great Unrest" – 4:30.
But on his madcap third album, Mugiboogie, the former laptop-tronic artist makes a case for an Icelandic pop music defined not by topography or mythology, but rather basic geography- in that his country's location puts him a in a fortuitous position to absorb the influence of American blues, British psych-folk and, when the mood strikes, Scandinavian black metal.
I love the way she is looking at me Like I was a fruit hanging in her tree The way she moves her hips The way she wets her lips I love the way that girl is looking at me I love the way she is looking at me Those sea green eyes are drowning me Her smile is more like a dare . 2. The Pathetic Anthem.
Album: Mugison, Mugiboogie (Mugiboogie). Friday 4 July 2008 15:52. For his third album, Icelandic maverick Mugison has abandoned the laptop troubadour approach of previous releases for an all-out assault on retro-rock authenticity. The stodgy organ rock-a-boogie of To The Bone and the introductory Mugiboogie are interspersed with quieter ruminations such as the Will Oldham-esque The Great Unrest and the harrowing Deep Breathing, a response to his mother’s illness that features a string arrangement that recalls Nick Drake.
BPM Profile Mugiboogie. Album starts at 114BPM, ends at 138BPM (+24), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Mugison. Mugimama! Is This Monkeymusic? 2005.
Iceland’s Mugison may be considered a modern-day Frank Zappa. This one-man band boasts an eclectic style that ranges from blues-based alternative rock to stoner, doom-metal sludgery. At times, MUGIBOOGIE bears a resemblance to quirky, Beck-like fringe rock; at others, it veers off to Mr. Bungle’s sanitarium-styled schizo-metal, all of it draped in a soul-funky exterior. With a vocal style that sounds like a strait-jacketed Steven Tyler, Mugison’s brilliant musicianship tries to contain the manic psychodrama within.