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Push the Button


Download links and information about Push the Button by Money Mark. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative, Bop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 52:08 minutes.

Artist: Money Mark
Release date: 1998
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative, Bop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 52:08
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No. Title Length
1. Push the Button 2:56
2. Too Like You 2:46
3. Monkey Dot 2:02
4. Tomorrow Will Be Like Today 3:36
5. Poor Shakes 0:31
6. Bossa Nova 101 1:15
7. Rock in the Rain 3:38
8. Crowns 3:26
9. All the People 3:34
10. Underneath It All 3:06
11. I Don't Play Piano 4:12
12. Destroyer 2:21
13. Hand in Your Head 3:46
14. Trust 2:59
15. Maybe I'm Dead 4:02
16. Dha Teen Ta 2:30
17. Powerhouse 3:34
18. Harmonics of Life 1:54



Lacking the kaleidoscopic ambience of Mark's Keyboard Repair, Money Mark's second album, Push the Button, is a more cohesive affair than its predecessor. That doesn't mean it sticks to one style, either. Mark runs tries his hand at jazz, soul, funk, pop, and even ballads over the course of Push the Button, but where the sheer brevity of the numerous songs on Keyboard Repair made it seem like a colorful sketchbook, the songs here form a greater work. Not only has he taken the time to connect the songs, he also has decided to sing, adding further depth and color to his funky palette. While his vocals are a little flat, they fit the laid-back vibe of the record, and on occasion, they really connect. Propelled by a relaxed shuffle and jazzy organ, "Hand in Your Head" is a gem of a summer single, and "Rock in the Rain" and "Maybe I'm Dead" aren't far behind, either. It may be removed from the lo-fi soul-jazz miniatures of Keyboard Repair, but Push the Button has a real soulful charm of its own — one that's equally seductive.