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Marc With a C - Unicorns Get More Bacon (2016) 320 kbps

1-09-2016, 09:53
Pop | Rock | Indie

Title: Unicorns Get More Bacon
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Marc With a C
Genre: Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Lo-Fi
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:17
Total Size: 115 Mb


01. Unicorns Get More Bacon
02. Celebutantes
03. Ethics in Gaming
04. Epic Fail
05. Make You Better
06. Anything but Plain
07. I Hate This Song
08. Texas Myron
09. Ballad of Dick Steel
10. Where’s My Giant Robot ?
11. Falling Sometimes Down
12. Long Distance Dedication

In recent years, however, Marc has often traveled deeper and deeper into the reedy realm of the concept album, with releases like last year’s moody Exactly Where I Am (complete with its enigmatic, photographic lead-up) and 2013’s market-driven Popular Music (an album literally designed by committee). Therefore, I tend to view his latest LP, Unicorn Get More Bacon, as more a return to form.
Coming in at 12 tracks strong with only a couple stretching past the magic 4-minute mark, UGMB kicks off with the title track, seemingly inspired by the kitschy album art provided by Marc’s own daughter. Alternating between allusions to the rigors of the modern working musician and humorous, seemingly throwaway asides, the song practically blossoms around its infectious refrain.
This is a motif that occurs throughout the album, this game of thematic hide-and-seek that’s part artful musing, part good-natured foolishness. It’s a record wherein it is perfectly acceptable to hear down-home jangle-pop collide with damning indictments of celebrity culture (“Celebutantes”), breezy acoustic ballads that quickly devolve into absurdist acid rock tributes (“The Ballad of Dick Steel”), and even candy-coated, middle-management dirges that can never quite rectify the pale present with a largely uncertain future (“Where’s My Giant Robot”).

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