Since their debut back in 1995 'Do You Like My Tight Sweater?' Moloko soon set themselves a stage of their own on the Sheffield music scene. Moloko had become the Marmite of pop, either you got their surreal sense of humour and unbridled sonic adventure, in which case you thought they were maverick geniuses, or you didn't and you steered clear.
'Sing It Back' truly launched their career back in 1999, 'The Time Is Now' later followed and Moloko became a household name.
On July 17th, Moloko are releasing their best of entitled, 'Catalogue'. It will include tracks from all 5 albums: Do You Like My Tight Sweater? (1995), I Am Not A Doctor (1998), Things To Make And Do (2000), All Back To The Mine: Remixes (2001), Statues (2003).
Watch 5 videos featured on Catalogue now.
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