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  1. Gardalkis says:
    Aug 11,  · MOLOKO Moloko [EP CD] Echo 5|30| MOLOKO Do You Like My Tight Sweater? [Japan Edition] Echo 1|19|
  2. Migrel says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Do You Like My Tight Sweater? on Discogs.4/5(86).
  3. Gorr says:
    Be Like You Caught In A Whisper Or Zee The ID Tatty Narja Over My Head Should've Been Could've Been Japan Bonus Track Sing It Back (DJ Tommy ''Timmy Mix'') - Things to Make and Do Radio Moscow Pure Pleasure Seeker Absent Minded Friends Indigo Being Is Bewildering
  4. Tom says:
    Do You Like My Tight Sweater is the first musical offering from Moloko, the "post trip-hop" duo from Sheffield, England comprised of Róisín Murphy (vocals) and Mark Brydon (production). The album, which showcases quirky and experimental electronica, is often compared to early Portishead, and the music circulated in the English underground /5(36).
  5. Zulusida says:
    Moloko "Boo": Do not fear me I bring no harm No one knows where I came from I walk on I'm the only one if you look around Reappear I'm getting near Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Roisin Murphy, Mark Errington Brydon. AZLyrics. M. Moloko Lyrics. album: "Do You Like My Tight Sweater?" () Fun For Me. Tight Sweater. Day For Night. I Can't.
  6. Turr says:
    "Do You Like My Tight Sweater?" is the album that announced Moloko to the world, but is also one of their most experimental. The dance duo's debut featured big singles like "Dominoid" and the UK Top 40 charting "Fun For Me", which was also used in the Batman & Robin soundtrack of
  7. Voodooshura says:
    Jul 20,  · fun for me tight sweater day for night i can't help myself circus lotus eaters on my horsey dominoid party.
  8. Kakus says:
    The English-Irish electronica/dance duo Moloko released their first album Do You Like My Tight Sweater? in It's one of their most experimental records, before moving on to a more mainstream approach. Róisin Murphy is carrying the album with her versatile vocals, both in range and style, while Mark Brydon created the breakbeats, sound effects, and groovy disco lines.
  9. Dashicage says:
    Do You Like My Tight Sweater is the first musical offering from Moloko, the "post trip-hop" duo from Sheffield, England comprised of Róisín Murphy (vocals) and Mark Brydon (production). The album, which showcases quirky and experimental electronica, is often compared to early Portishead, and the music circulated in the English underground /5(23).

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