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Viva! La Woman

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Download links and information about Viva! La Woman by Cibo Matto. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Electronica, Japanoise, Jazz, Rock, Indie Rock, World Music, Alternative, Bop, J-Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 48:11 minutes.

Artist: Cibo Matto
Release date: 1996
Genre: Electronica, Japanoise, Jazz, Rock, Indie Rock, World Music, Alternative, Bop, J-Pop
Tracks: 11
Duration: 48:11
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Apple 4:01
2. Beef Jerkey 2:28
3. Sugar Water 4:29
4. White Pepper Ice Cream 5:10
5. Birthday Cake 3:15
6. Know Your Chicken 4:20
7. Theme 10:49
8. The Candy Man 3:11
9. Le Pain Perdu 3:29
10. Artichoke 6:41
11. Jive (Hidden Track) 0:18

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Fresh and funky, female and Japanese, the trip-hop/rap duo Cibo Matto has been the recipient of a lot of hype. Fortunately, it's well-founded; all trendiness aside, Viva! La Woman is an innovative and catchy mix of eclectic samples and stream-of-consciousness lyrics. The likes of Paul Weller, Ennio Morricone, and Duke Ellington combine with observations like "My weight is three hundred pounds/My favorite is beef jerky" (from "Beef Jerky") and "Shut up and eat! You know my love is sweet!" from ("Birthday Cake") in a fun and refreshing way. The tone of the album varies with each song; on tracks like "Sugar Water" and "Artichoke," Cibo Matto plays it spooky and ethereal, while "Birthday Cake" and the single "Know Your Chicken" find them as a couple of cryptic Beastie Girls, tossing off wacky non sequiturs over found soundscapes. Cibo Matto cooks up a tasty appetizer of their talent with Viva! La Woman. Like their tongue-in-cheek cover of "The Candy Man," Cibo Matto makes everything they bake satisfying and delicious. A diverse and entertaining album, Viva! La Woman leaves the listener hungry for more of their crazy food for thought.