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2010-04-30 09:10:33 UTC
Macaco Bong [ Monkey Bong ] is an instrumental power trio formed in 2004 " Cuiabá / Hell City, Mato Grosso Brazil " They have released an EP, “Objeto Perdido” [ 2007 ] and an LP " Artista Igual Pedreiro " in [ 2008 ]. Current Line Up Include: Bass: Ney Hugo Guitar: Bruno Kayapy Drums: Ynaiã Benthroldo ~~~~~~~~ ( I was under the serious impression that I posted this already meanwhile it was back on the old " SS " blog. THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE MUST HAVE... Right now I can think of 100's who's going to LOVE this entry to bits. Macaco Bong are extremely talented. [ MySpace ] | [ Last.fm ] ). ~~~~~~~~ Artist - Macaco Bong Album - Artista Igual Pedreiro Release Date - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Math-rock, Math-core influence [ POWER CHORDS ] Tracklist 1 Amendoin 7:19 2 Fuck You Lady 8:21 3 Noise James 4:51 4 Shift 3:42 5 Black's Fuck 8:01 6 Rancho 5:10 7 Bananas For You All 8:22 8 Belezza 7:03 9 Compasso em Ferrovia 7:33 10 Vamodahmaisuma 7:37 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Macaco Bong - Artista Igual Pedreiro ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Guizado | Hurtmold | Equus | Mothlite | Constantina ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ THANKS Ed... I had this one already. EXCELLENT call though. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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