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Baby Ouh!

by Stereo Total

Baby Ouh! by Stereo Total

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Baby Ouh!

by Stereo Total

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Label: Kill Rock Stars
A generous slab of silliness from these limitlessly multilingual and prolific Euro-goofballs: 17 songs, more than a few obsessed with camp icons (Andy Warhol, Divine) and infants. The French lady sings most, but "I Wanna Be a Mama" naturally goes to the German man, telling us auf Englisch how he'll name his baby boy Lucifer and dress him in girls' clothes. Prettiest moments are the zooming post-"Telstar" space-disco of "Barbe a Papa" and the panting post-Kraftwerk of "Tour de France"; other highlights include tweeting birds, theremins, radio static and a Charleston about rough sex.

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A generous slab of silliness from these limitlessly multilingual and prolific Euro-goofballs: 17 songs, more than a few obsessed with camp icons (Andy Warhol, Divine) and infants. The French lady sings most, but "I Wanna Be a Mama" naturally goes to the German man, telling us auf Englisch how he'll name his baby boy Lucifer and dress him in girls' clothes. Prettiest moments are the zooming post-"Telstar" space-disco of "Barbe a Papa" and the panting post-Kraftwerk of "Tour de France"; other highlights include tweeting birds, theremins, radio static and a Charleston about rough sex.

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About This Album

A generous slab of silliness from these limitlessly multilingual and prolific Euro-goofballs: 17 songs, more than a few obsessed with camp icons (Andy Warhol, Divine) and infants. The French lady sings most, but "I Wanna Be a Mama" naturally goes to the German man, telling us auf Englisch how he'll name his baby boy Lucifer and dress him in girls' clothes. Prettiest moments are the zooming post-"Telstar" space-disco of "Barbe a Papa" and the panting post-Kraftwerk of "Tour de France"; other highlights include tweeting birds, theremins, radio static and a Charleston about rough sex.