Molecular Corporation
Millions of Dead Menposters



by pizzamachine USER (632 Reviews)
October 26th, 2023 | 3 replies

Release Date: 10/26/2023 | Tracklist

Review Summary: evolution turns again

Music is made for immense satisfaction, though the brain ultimately is the chemical maker inducing love chemistry within. It is us, and us alone, that determine what music will satisfy. Instruments are put together in an arrangement that people have decided that they enjoy. People then decide if they like the arrangement or if they are generic. It is all noise, and all perception hand in hand, in a marriage that has defied time itself.

Music has many faces. Music comes in many forms. Music comes from online, and music cums in person. This album was made by people that are perpetually online. That says something about the tapestry of music as a whole. When we are so comfortable to share our music, and ultimately give it to a cynical source, what will come of it? Do these tracks become part of a whole, or will they remain forever separate? Some people on this album may or may not know each other in real life, but the principle stays the same.

When I think about this album, I see the ocean in my mind. I see l i f e. The fishes swim in the ancestral sea and nature is in its perfect cycle. While poop and all manner of gross things occur in the ancestral sea, so does love. Just imagine this endlessly flourishing, transcendent vision inspiring all. There is hope when contemplating this amazement of sexual and unique sensations, much like the sound of a dripping coffee machine.

Some will say it’s just instruments. Nay, it is world changing vibrancy on an Olympic level. From catchy, crunchy Garage band beats to absurdly painful metal, to a psychedelic wave of this and that, this is what music is. Music grips our ear dick with the grip of a Titan and we, in measure, burst forth a flower of excitement. Nothing replenishes the soul like music, and this recent release is the water that we all thirst for.

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October 26th 2023


Album Rating: 5.0

Good music

October 26th 2023


Album Rating: 5.0

10/10 review pizza.

album is not a meme album, its a album of talented people.

October 26th 2023


Album Rating: 5.0

Thanks man, and you’re correct

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