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Crazy - Cirkus (12) - Let The Madness Begin (CD, Album)

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  1. Find cirKus discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Electronic soul project cirKus signaled the creative rebirth of trip-hop pioneer Neneh Cherry almost a decade following the release of her most recent solo LP, 's Man.
  2. Dec 09,  · Cirkus-Let the madness begin Self-produced Looking at the cover of this CD had me believing they were going to be a glam band of the 's variety. Sweden's Cirkus certainly took a few lessons from that sound, but they are far more influenced by 's rock and hard rock. Actually it took a few songs for me to warm up to them because they.
  3. Click on a CD title or album cover below to see detailed information about the CD and site member comments on the music. Switch to Expanded View: Let The Madness Begin () Search eBay - Buy-It-Now Items. Search eBay - Auctions. The music discographies on this site are works in progress. If you notice that a particular Cirkus CD release or.
  4. Another two decades would pass by before Cirkus re-emerged in the arena with their second album "Two - The Global Cut" in , followed by a third album "III - Pantomyme" in Cirkus weren't quite finished yet though because they had one more final performance left in their repertoire with "IV - The Blue Star", released as recently as
  5. 1. cirKus (Sweden) are Matt Karmil, Burt Ford (Neneh's husband Cameron McVey, is known for his work under various names with Portishead, Massive Attack etc) their d?but album also features Lolita Moon, daughter of Neneh Cherry. Combining different ages, nationalities and .
  6. Twelve songs were tracked, mixed, and mastered by the summer, and the album was released at a packed show at The Speedway Café, where the band had become a top local draw and favorite, on The album sold well, with several songs getting regular airplay on Z-ROCK, a groundbreaking and popular hard rock radio station.
  7. Sep 21,  · The album closer "Stronger Than Ever" has some great guitar work and provides an AOR sound that makes it good as a way of wrapping up the album. Unfortunately, like so many of the songs, it fizzles out toward the end and becomes anticlimactic.
  8. Cirkus' "Let The Madness Begin" may provide a quick and temporary fix for those who really love poppy glam metal music, but the formulaic sound will quickly become old. Poor production plagues the album, making it sound more like a live recording at an open mic night than something that was created in a studio.

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