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Our first post. Garage/Rockabilly/Hard rock/Bossanova-Punk from Finland. Garageband/Edirol FA-101 interface/Behringer mixer/Shure & AKG mics/Vintage instruments (Ludwig, Gretsch etc).
The Monkey Mess: Pekka: Vocals & organ. Arwi: Guitar. Brian: Upright bass. Mika: drums.
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Plays: 38
Downloads: 121
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Uploaded: Dec 21, 2007 - 08:08:42 PM
Last Updated: Dec 23, 2007 - 05:16:06 PM Last Played: Jan 30, 2017 - 10:31:30 AM
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Hardware:
ibook g4. Edirol interface. Behringer mixer. Shure & AKG microphones. Various vintage instruments.
Software:
Garageband
Comments
rsorensen said 3498 days ago (December 22nd, 2007)
Good!
I like this. It's got a great groove and a real retro but current feel. Good one!
Check out my latest song called Again
MonkeyMess said 3497 days ago (December 23rd, 2007)
Thanks for your comment!
Thanks for your kind words.
Your music is great! Good production and great playing.

// Mika from The Monkey Mess
Check out my latest song called Monday
racerat said 3497 days ago (December 23rd, 2007)
TASTY!
This is a tight rockin' little number! The production is outstanding! I love the vintage guitars, you can really hear the tube warmth. very hippy-dippy 60's rawkin'. Loved it.


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Location: Finland
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The Monkey Mess is a rock'n'roll band from Scandinavia (Finland). We play raw and nasty rock'n'roll with influences from rockabilly, garage rock, hard rock and punk.... [see more]

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The terms alternative rock and alternative music[1] were coined in the early 1980s to describe punk rock-inspired music genres which didn't fit into the mainstream genres of the time. At times it was used as catch-all phrase for rock music from under

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