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Bomp in the night

Those among you, cher public, who are fans of Frank Zappa, Giorgio Moroder and/or Karlheinz Stockhausen (and I believe very few of you are excluded from that number) will be delighted to hear the first single by MU, “The Bomp Bomp Song” is now available for download from CD Baby. (MU, La Cieca should mention, was an early supporter of parterre box in itx zineish, or zenith, format, and remains an avid reader.)

3 comments

    • Milady DeWinter says:

      Now “The Bomp Bomp Song” is something I CAN work out to. Although I wouldn’t dismiss Coloraturafan’s excellent mix.
      I do find the Rameau suites (any and all of them) extremely effective for cardio/strentgh max-out short, alternating sets. All those tempo changes really keep you working, plus, so very artistic. :)

  • DharmaBray says:

    A music video of the song with MU & Rene Pape is in order.