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The Umm
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11 Tracks
Lo Fi acoustic alternative science fiction music coupled with bad covers and off key singing.
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Go On Away
Peak in sub-genre #13
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Mr. Peabody's Coal Mine
Peak in sub-genre #28
3
Space Battle of Vicksburg Part One
Peak in sub-genre #32
4
Overture
Peak in sub-genre #25
5
Crazy
Peak in sub-genre #38
6
Computer Music
Peak in sub-genre #28
7
Why I Like The Lab
Peak in sub-genre #10
8
I Was A Lonely Man
Peak in sub-genre #73
10
Laboratory Blues
Peak position #56
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Eniac-95 (I Love You)
Peak position #77
In the late 1970's, the pioneer rock band The Umm came into existence. Consisting of two school friends from Coon Rapids MN, The Umm carved its way into the annals of history with their innovative and creative approach to minimalist recording. Over the span of three years The Umm created music today that is difficult to catagorize. Were they pioneers or just two guys with guitars and ice cream buckets? The jury is still out on that. Since the breakup of the band, the demand for their early material has grown to the extent that Test Tube Records (a divison of The Victorian Entertainment Corporation) is now making their music available again for public consumption. Digitally remastered, these songs will seem to literally jump out of your speakers and into your brains. During their career, The Umm released three albums: LIFE IN A TEST TUBE (1978), MR. PEABODY'S COAL MINE (1979), and WHY I LIKE THE LAB (1979). It is hoped that The Umm will finally get the recognition they deserve.
Band/artist history
We came. We played. We disbanded.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
No, we are disbanded. We couldn't have played live anyway, as the music was too complicated to reproduce in a live situation.
Your musical influences
The Carpenters, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Klaatu, Star Trek, Larry Niven, and anything Science Fiction, Paul Anka, Donny Osmond, Leif Garrett, Fragile, Mack Driver, The Weebles, Wee Willie and his Small Band, Doris Day, and The Silver Beatles.
What equipment do you use?
Under 35.00 guitars, ice cream buckets, pieces of music stands for drum sticks, old cassette recorder, chord organ, old piano, upright bass, Roth violin, and two of the greatest brains ever to think up music.
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