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Ciccone Youth (Sonic Youth)

Whitey Album

(Dinosaur Jr.)

Geffen B000613202

Released on March 21, 2006

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Needle-Gun  0%
2 (Silence)  0%
3 G-Force  0%
4 Platoon II  0%
5 Macbeth  0%
6 Me & Jill/Hendrix Cosby  0%
7 Burnin' Up (Mike Watt Orignal Demo)  0%
8 Hi! Everybody  0%
9 Children Of Satan/Third Fig  0%
10 Two Cool Rock Chicks  0%
11 Listening To Neu  0%
12 Addicted To Love  0%
13 Moby-Dik  0%
14 March Of The Ciccone Robots  0%
15 Making The Nature Scene  0%
16 Tuff Titty Rap  0%
17 Into The Groovey  0%
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Patrick from Prospect Hts., IL 
Dec 4 2009 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Ok, Ciccone Youth has the reputation of being Sonic Youth + Mike Watt doing some kinda of weird tribute to/parody of Madonna. That's only kind of true. Mike Watt appears only on one track (by himself, too), "Burnin' Up", which, I guess, is a Madonna song (I'm only familiar with Madonna's biggest hits) and is, by far, the best track on CD. Thurston Moore does a kind of mash up of Madonna's "Into The Groove" (called "Into The Groovey") here which is also good. Kim Gordon cover's Robert Palmer's "Addicted To Love" and ends up sounding like she's doing karoake. The rest of the album is a lot of experiments and noise tracks which only work some of the time. Hardcore Sonic Youth fans might dig this but casual fans will probably be unimpressed.

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