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The Mice - Who Cut The Cheese? FLAC

The Mice - Who Cut The Cheese? FLAC Performer: The Mice
Album: Who Cut The Cheese?
Country: US
Released: 1988
Style: Garage Rock, Power Pop
Label: Waffle Records
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: Mice 1
Size FLAC: 2056 mb.
Size MP3: 1510 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 804
Record Source: Vinyl, LP


1Carl's Jr.
2My Hometown
4New Wave Country Song
5Cheap Cigs
6Straight Up
7So Long
8What's The Matter?
9My Jalopy
10Is It Too Late?
11We Ain't A-Flamin'
12Labor Day
13Blank Day
14Pushin' 30
15Hair And Image


Recorded By Randy At OTR Studios in Belmont Ca in May 1988. Produced and arranged by The Mice. All songs written By Joe Reineke. This was the Meices before they changed their name.


An EXCELLENT album, one to truly love. "Cheap Cigs" was the first song I'd heard and I found and bought the album (this is back in '89 or so). Truly great, heartfelt Everyman voice in almost every song, just about every track spoke to me in a big way. Not just an album, but an emotional experience, you know, everything in your whole life set to music and rolled up into a single record. Great rock arrangements, great playing -- rock may have been a wasteland at that time, but this album is like a boat on a dark ocean with the music cranked up loud and all the lights on and BLAZING. Brilliant album. If you can find it, BUY IT, keep it, treasure it. This is GREAT rock and roll. Second to none. I first heard this during a mountainous period in my life. Raging, sweet, sad, all at once. A perfect record.