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Monolithic Baby!
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Monolithic Baby! is the sixth studio album by Monster Magnet, released in 2004. It is a follow up to 2000's God Says No. It would also be the first album featuring bassist Jim Baglino. Bob Pantella was hired to fill the band's drum position after the album's recording; the drums on the album were performed by Michael Wildwood. The album features three cover songs - "There's No Way Out of Here" by Ken Baker.

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Monster Magnet Lyrics. You know you're quite a hot topic You gotta nothin' in your head You got your ass in the back seat We all agree you're over fed. You're from the suck generation Like a doggie with a bone You like your lame fuckin' music You love talkin' on your phone. You're stone monolithic I smell it on your breath You gotta 'bout nothin' to say Keep spending all your money And love yourself to death 'Till daddy takes your T-Bird away.

So it goes with Monolithic Baby!, which marks a couple of superficial transitions for Monster Magnet - off a major and back to an indie; new rhythm section (Jim Baglino on bass and Bob Pantella on drums) - but still upholds Wyndorf's highly entertaining mass of contradictions and vices. Simultaneously whip-smart and cementhead-stupid, smirking and sincere, he can challenge your intellect with an inspired arrangement or pseudo-political left-field lyric, then bash you over the head with a fat, greasy guitar riff; such is his genius.

Not that Monolithic Baby! is short of laughs. The ludicrous, po-faced blasphemy of On the Verge is beyond parody with its "Take me Jesus, take me harder, rape me in your womb" chorus, while Unbroken (Hotel Baby)'s pseudo-misogynistic tale of groupie lovin' tries so hard it almost works. The band continue their lifelong Black Sabbath obsession with a few killer riffs on Supercruel and Monolithic, but betray their roots with what sounds suspiciously like a drum machine on the über-cheesy Master of Light. Where is the punchline? Topics.

Monster Magnet - Monolithic Baby! (2004). Artist/Band: Monster Magnet (USA). Album: Monolithic Baby! Genre: Hard Rock, Stoner Metal/Rock. 1. "Slut Machine" – 3:28 2. "Supercruel" – 3:40 3. "On the Verge" – 5:54 4. "Unbroken (Hotel Baby)" – 3:42 5. "Radiation Day" – 4:56 6. "Monolithic" – 4:39 7. "The Right Stuff"– 4:32 8. "There's No Way Out of Here"– 4:10 9. "Master of Light" – 4:45 10. "Too Bad" – 3:33 11. "Ultimate Everything" – 7:26 12. "CNN War Theme" – 3:35. Dave Wyndorf - Vocals, Guitar Ed Mundell - Lead Guitar Phil Caivano - Guitar Jim Baglino - Bass Bob Pantella - Drums

Artist: Monster Magnet Album: Monolithic Baby! Label: Steamhammer.