Meat Beat Manifesto returns with 'Autoimmune' on Metropolis RecordsPosted on 11/04/08
Out now on Metropolis Records in the US and Planet Mu Records in Europe is "Autoimmune", the follow-up album to Meat Beat Manifesto's 2005 release "At The Center". MBM's 9th studio album is expected for release on April 7 and will again see turntablist Z-Trip collaborating on several tracks. The lead single, "Guns And Lovers" has already been released as a digital single on March 18. Meat Beat Manifesto, often shortened to Meat Beat or MBM, is an electronic music outfit originally consisting of Jack Dangers and Jonny Stephens formed in 1987 in Swindon, UK, also the hometown of the band XTC, who helped Meat Beat get started.
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Posted by: Endif on Apr 15, 08 | 8:28 am
MBM = genius.
Posted by: Turiel2 on Apr 11, 08 | 11:36 am
I thought they had more than 9 studio albums.
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