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Queers

Munki Brain

Asian Man 141

Released on February 6, 2007

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Munki Brain is the 15th release from one of the hardest working bands in punk rock. Sarcastic, silly and offensive, Joe King and The Queers have been called the true successors of punk kings, The Ramones. Munki Brain is sure to become another classic in a long line of hits.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 12 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Overdue  7%
2 Houston We Have A Problem Voted #1  17%
3 I Don't Get It Voted #3  11%
4 Duke Kahanamoku  9%
5 I Think She's Starting To Like It  9%
6 Girl About Town  8%
7 Whatever Happened To Philthy Phil?  3%
8 I Can't Stay Mad At You Voted #2  12%
9 Tangerine  10%
10 Something In My Heart  3%
11 I'm A Fool  2%
12 Monkey In A Suit  6%
13 Brian Wilson  3%
Come back on or after Tuesday, February 6 to vote for your favorite songs

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Austin from Cantonment, FL 
Apr 21 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A good reason not to count the Queers out just because of that copy of "Beyond the Valley" you happened to get. It's poppy, catchy, and occasionally let's a glimmer of that old love songs for the retarded ferocity shine through. The only real downside is that songs like "Tangerine" (Ben Weasel's own contribution), "Houston We Have a Problem" and "I don't get it" are so bloody catchy you'll never get them out of your head.

Never.

Seriously.

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Steven from Lisle, IL 
Jul 18 2008 Rating: 3/5 Stars

more than likely most queers listeners would say this is the weakest queers album, and i would agree. aside from a few really well written songs, it doesn't seem like they tried very hard on this one. but...it's still the queers, and it wouldn't hurt to buy it. without being overly critical, it's decent.

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Chuck from Haymarket, VA 
Apr 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is the best punk record of 2007. i hear alot of surf in this record. in about 10 years people are still going to be talking about this record. definitely a classic, buy it !!!

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Brendan from Elmhurst, IL 
Dec 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another great release from The Queers. A bit slower of a pace than thier other records, but still full of great songs with harmonies and sing alongs.

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Martin from Québec, Canada 
Mar 14 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This new Cd from the Queers in the result of what i call the «third era» of the Queers. The first one is the 80's with Wimpy aboard, the second is the lookout era with Hugh O'neil and B-Face (the best one according to me) and The Post Lookout era wich got them on Hopeless and come backto lookout with Joe Queer and different line-up... This era got us some ok and good records (punk rock confidential and P. Scream) and some really bad shit (beyond the valley...). So now with Munky Brain i have to admit that Joe Queer has come with a damn fine album, the best one since a long time...This is nothing compare to the Lookout era but probably one the best since Don't back Down. It is very poppy, catchy, lots of beach boys influences and great tunes. «Duke Kahanamoku» sound like a Beach Boy cover and is a damn fine songs....Among my Favorite stand out «Houston we have a problem» «Munky in a suit» wich sees Joe atacking the bush administration, something we don't see often from the Queers....They're is also cover by SKEETER DAVIS « I can't stay mad at you» and HELEN LOVE «Girl About town» and guest vocals by Lisa Marr on «Brian Wilson» who pay tribute to the Beach Boys. Also a piano driving song called «i think she's starting to like me»... A great mixe of punk rock, 50's rock'n'roll and Doo wop influences like only the Queers can do! Buy it you won't be dissapointed!

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Eric from Bonne Terre, MO 
Mar 9 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Not as great as their other albums but certainly nothing to sneeze at either. Lots of great harmonies. More melodic songs than most of The Queers other albums. I eat that up. Lots of fantastic cameos including Lisa Marr of Cub/Buck.

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Adrian from Co Londonderry, United Kingdom 
Mar 4 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Joe and co are back with another great album. Catchy, 60s influence and punk as fuck. If youre a Queers fan buy it

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Joseph from Runnemede, NJ 
Feb 20 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Do yourself a favor, actually listen to this album for about three times. Let it sink in thoroughly. It is an excellent Queers album. Sure there are a few detours, when have you heard a piano-based song on a Queers album before? But it all boils down top one thing: Joe Queer is amazing at melding everything together and making it fit the Queers sound. The surf/Beach Boys edge works great on more than a few numbers. The cover of Skeeter Davis' "I Can't Stay Mad At You" is a fitting tribute to the life of a very underrated performer. After 25 years Mr. Queer can still write tunes that stayed etched in your brain. "Houston We've Got A Problem" is pure Queer Pop and the stab at George Bush is excellent in "Monkey In A Suit" which has its emphasis on the rock of Punk. Bad Ass all the way.

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Ian from Bozeman, MT 
Feb 14 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First off, it's the Queers. That is one reason to give it 5 stars. I don't even know how long I've been waiting for this album. And now that I have it, I know the wait was well-worth it. While it's not as good as Punk Rock Confidential and Move Back Home, which I consider to be the best Queers releases of all time, this takes an easy third place. It is a bit different than their other releases, but it just goes to show that Joe Queer can slightly alter the sound of this fucking amazing band without messing up their formula completely.

If you don't by this, you're a fucking idiot.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Feb 13 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

"The Beach Queers"

First off, lets get this off our back. Of course it's not as good as Love songs or any older queers album for that matter and if you ever though it would or could be then you're a fucking moron. As long as you know this and love the queers then you'll like this cd. Now that that's off my back I can talk about Munki Brain. This is a solid release as always from The Queers. It is a lot slower than their other cd's and if you've ever felt the Beach Boys had a big influence on them, this cd will confirm it. In fact, I'm pretty sure they went for that sound and putting that influence out there....Especially on songs like Duke Kahanomku.

If you've loved everything the queers have done then there should be no reason for not liking this. Yes it is slower and yes you could pretty much say this cd is The Beach Boys gone punk but it's still that nice sounding 3 chord pop-punk that The Queers do so well, and still do better than anyone currently doing it. Also, for another good new band of this style check out the riptides.

 
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