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Niun Niggung


Download links and information about Niun Niggung by Mouse On Mars. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Ambient, Electronica, Techno, Industrial, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 51:23 minutes.

Artist: Mouse On Mars
Release date: 2000
Genre: Ambient, Electronica, Techno, Industrial, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 51:23
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No. Title Length
1. Download Sofist (featuring Niun Niggung) 2:28
2. Yippie (featuring Niun Niggung) 3:51
3. Mykologics (featuring Niun Niggung) 3:38
4. Gogonal (featuring Niun Niggung) 5:09
5. Diskdusk (featuring Niun Niggung) 3:50
6. Pinwheel Herman (featuring Niun Niggung) 4:46
7. Dispothek (featuring Niun Niggung) 5:22
8. Albion Rose (featuring Niun Niggung) 3:32
9. Tensual (featuring Niun Niggung) 3:35
10. Distroia (featuring Niun Niggung) 5:16
11. Booosc (featuring Niun Niggung) 3:15
12. Mompou (featuring Niun Niggung) 1:55
13. Wald F.X. (featuring Niun Niggung) 4:46



From the first few seconds of Mouse on Mars' sixth full-length, it appeared that Germany's most inventive duo had deserted the bubble'n'squeak electronica they'd trademarked and instead gone the way of instrument-driven post-rockers like Tortoise or Kreidler. There's a chamber quartet in attendance and a hushed air that sounds almost mature. After a minute of suspense though, things go all wibbly and electronic fans will find themselves back in the happy preserves of prime Mouse on Mars. The duo's vision of techno on Niun Niggung is impeccably perfectionist but texturally messy and surprisingly organic: it's electronic dance as produced by robotic hill people. The highlight is "Super Sonig Fadeout," a propulsive track that begins with several moments of metallic distortion. Slowly, ingeniously, the noise organizes itself into a loping, incredibly funky beat that drives the rest of the track. The music on Niun Niggung is far too much fun to provoke the question of whether Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner have progressed or not (which is always a matter for serious analysis in electronic circles), but the album does occasionally sound more like an attempt to duplicate the Mouse on Mars formula than the real thing. [The American release of Niun Niggung included a radically different configuration from the British and German release, plus several bonus tracks.]