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Download links and information about Momofuku by The Imposters, Elvis Costello. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 47:10 minutes.

Artist: The Imposters, Elvis Costello
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 12
Duration: 47:10
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No. Title Length
1. No Hiding Place 3:59
2. American Gangster Time 3:45
3. Turpentine 5:40
4. Harry Worth 4:28
5. Drum and Bone 2:34
6. Flutter and Wow 4:18
7. Stella Hurt 4:46
8. Mr. Feathers 2:45
9. My Three Sons 3:05
10. Song With Rose 3:02
11. Pardon Me Madam, My Name Is Eve 3:53
12. Go Away 4:55



Normally prone to overthinking a situation, Elvis Costello pieced together 2008’s Momofuku in a spontaneous burst of inspiration. And it shows. The album opens with the tightest, most convincing trio of rockers Costello has birthed in some time. Invited to the sessions for Jenny Lewis’ follow-up album to Rabbit Fur Coat, Costello met up with his band and a few new additions and after doing his part for Lewis began cutting this lean, tough collection. “No Hiding Place,” “American Gangster,” and “Turpentine” prove Costello can still rock and strain his vocal cords three decades on, while the shuffle of “Harry Worth” and “Mr. Feathers” recall his penchant for toying with and mastering different genres. The production is stripped to the essentials, placing the emphasis not on tricky, clever arrangements, but on Costello’s voice and his cadre of backing vocalists. “Flutter and Wow” is kept a modest piano ballad. “Stella Hurt” barrels forth with a full band assault backing up the pounding piano riff with precise focus. “Pardon Me Madam, My Name is Eve” pounces with the perfect cat-step he’s been chasing for years with varying results.  For Momofuku, Costello’s clearly on his game.