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Monkey Vs. Shark

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Monkey Vs. Shark
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Int 3
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Phineas Bogg
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Dutch Slaver
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I Can't Get Next To You
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Freshman Remix
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Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 27:52

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Brilliant remix

JG-ME

Amazing remix by Odd Nosdam of cLOUDEAD. Highly recommended!

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Atmospheric and Dark.

givemeaname

At least check out "I Can't Get Next To You" and "Monkey v. Shark".

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It's good.

hoboghost

A bit mellower than More Deep Cuts.

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oh. yes.

ThumbtackOnBroadway

I died of joy when I saw that the one day I had a hold of a computer, Thee More Shallows released more material. Thee More Shallows. One of my best finds on emusic. To be honest, I haven't even finished listening to it but it meets expectations. More Deep Cuts blows my mind, and this meets their high standards. Get it all. Oh wow.

They Say All Music Guide

Thee More Shallows’ 2006 EP Monkey vs. Shark is more than merely a stop-gap between their two amazing albums 2005′s More Deep Cuts and 2007′s Book of Bad Breaks. Consisting of what could be outtakes from the Cuts sessions, it also showcases a knack for oddball cover songs with its eyebrow-raising interpretation of the Temptations’ “I Can’t Get Next to You” (which sounds more like singer/mainman Dee Kesler can’t even get out of bed) and oddball collaborations with the unlikely contribution of Odd Nosdam’s “Freshman Remix,” based on “Freshman Thesis” from Cuts (which sadly adds nothing to the original, but presages the decidedly non-rap Shallows’ incongruous move to indie hip-hop label Anticon for Breaks). At only five proper songs plus the remix and an instrumental, it’s as strong a release as any in the Shallows’ catalog, and well worth investigating. [The CD was also released with two bonus tracks.] – Brian Way

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