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On Oni Pond

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Oni Swan
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Pink Wonton
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End Boss
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Head On [Hold On To Your Heart]
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King Shiv
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Loot My Body
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Deep Cover
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Pyramids
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Sparks
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Paul's Grotesque
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Fangs
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Curtains
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Born Tight
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 45:56

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Austin L. Ray

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For more than 10 years, Austin L. Ray has been writing about entertainment and culture. He's sat in a dark tent with Zach Galifianakis, walked Savannah, Ga.'s s...more »

09.10.13
Kinder and gentler, but certainly not boring
2013 | Label: Anti/Epitaph

Man Man have mellowed nicely with age, maturing here, rounding off the harsh edges there. This is not to say that the Philadelphia carnival-skronk collective has gotten boring. But where a earlier incarnation of the band would’ve found lead singer Honus Honus chant-screaming “mustache, mustache, mustache, mustache!” the Man Man of 2013 finds him lamenting, as he does charmingly on “Pyramids,” “I can’t hit the notes I used to.”

No worries, though. This kinder, gentler Man… read more »

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