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Mystery Walk (30th Anniversary Edition)

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Download links and information about Mystery Walk (30th Anniversary Edition) by Martha And The Muffins. This album was released in 1984 and it belongs to New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:06:29 minutes.

Artist: Martha And The Muffins
Release date: 1984
Genre: New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:06:29
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Black Stations / White Stations 5:12
2. Cooling the Medium 3:43
3. Come Out and Dance 4:50
4. I Start to Stop 4:36
5. Big Trees 1:11
6. In Between Sleep and Reason 3:17
7. Garden in the Sky 3:59
8. Nation of Followers 5:07
9. Alibi Room 3:53
10. Rhythm of Life 3:13
11. Xoa Oho 3:47
12. Black Stations / White Stations (Extended Dance Remix) 6:30
13. Black Stations / White Stations (Instrumental Remix) 5:01
14. Cooling the Medium (Dance Remix) 6:22
15. Cooling the Medium (Dub Version) 5:48

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Stripped down to just Martha Johnson and Mark Gane, and assorted studio musicians, M + M worked closely with producer Daniel Lanois for the third time. And, once again, it was a very successful combination. Incorporating more funk and dance sound, perhaps due to being partially recorded in New York City, M + M continue their growth and expand their dimensions as a band. Once again, the album is full of melodic, well-constructed songs. "Cooling the Medium" and "Black Stations/White Stations" have some wonderfully memorable hooks; the latter also features the amazing bass of Tinker Barfield and the horn playing of Michael and Randy Brecker. The incredible beat structures throughout the album (provided, for the most part by Yogi Horton) make it almost impossible to sit still. But as with their previous two releases, this album is sound. M + M create sound through layering, and excellent producing and arrangements. Martha Johnson uses her voice quite effectively on this release, especially on "Come Out and Dance," and the wonderful gem "Rhythm of Life."