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Artist: Frank Chickens

Date Released: 1988

Label: Flying Lecords

Produced By: Grant Showbiz

Tracklisting:

  1. Do The Karaoke (only on Remixed version of the album)
  2. Club Monkey
  3. Waiting For A Dog
  4. Burn That Body
  5. Revolution
  6. Night Drain
  7. Feed Me
  8. Jackie Chan
  9. Shaken By God's Hand
  10. M.Y.T.H.
  11. Hey Dead
  12. Club Monkey (Reprise)

ReviewEdit

A pretty obscure band, and one that hasn't released anything since 1996 (aside from a remix 12" on Ninja Tune in 2000). And, well, I've actually had Club Monkey forever. And I've always known it was awesome; it's one of those albums I fell in love with the first time I heard it. Still, though, it's definitely worth checking out, even though it's a bit hard to find. Unfortunately, the only CD of Club Monkey that's available right now is the inferior remix version, but the remix isn't awful or anything. About Frank Chickens: The first record was produced/co-written by David Toop & Steve Beresford who worked with the Flying Lizards a lot, and it's got that sort of sound, sort of like a cross between the Residents and the Flying Lizards. The main part of the band is a couple of Japanese ex-patriots living in England; they tend to sing about Asian culture and how it's perceived (well, and other stuff too, really, they're a bit all over the map). The entry for M.Y.T.H. has a bunch of information about the concept/story of this record. - Rev. Syung Myung Me

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