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The Church


Download links and information about The Church by Mr. Oizo. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 30:59 minutes.

Artist: Mr. Oizo
Release date: 2014
Genre: Electronica, House, Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 10
Duration: 30:59
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No. Title Length
1. Bear Biscuit 3:01
2. Ham 3:14
3. Destop 2:10
4. Dry Run (feat. Bart B More) 3:30
5. Mass Doom 2:37
6. Machyne 3:10
7. iSoap 4:08
8. Torero 4:29
9. Memorex 1:08
10. The Church 3:32



The Church is mischievous producer/director Quentin Dupieux's first non-soundtrack work as Mr. Oizo since Stade 2, as well as his Brainfeeder debut. Despite these firsts, the album isn't a radical departure; Dupieux riffs on several styles — including trap, dubstep, and grime — with Mr. Oizo's cartoonish flair. Compared to some of Brainfeeder's other artists, his output isn't as experimental, but his willingness to play and provoke offers kind of a palate cleanser — or comic relief. Where Stade 2's squiggly workouts were often defiantly, perversely undanceable, on The Church Mr. Oizo delivers songs driven by relentless beats even as their collective mood flits between playful and ominous (tipping all the way to the latter on "Dry Run," where a pitch-shifted voice rumbles "scream for Daddy!"). The album's standouts turn Dupieux's gift for making music that straddles the line between catchy and irritating into a virtue: "Bear Biscuit" begins the album with finely chopped samples and hip-hop-tinged beats that feel like The Church's biggest nod to Brainfeeder's aesthetic. Elsewhere, "Ham"'s frantic repetition and the wobbly wind-up toy of a track that is "Mass Doom" reaffirm that Dupieux's cheekiness has some depth.