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Marshamallow Peeps

Marshamallow Peeps

Marshamallow Peeps


Once in a great while an album comes along that literally bends time with it's artistic integrity and ingenuity. In 2001 such and album was forged by and unsuspecting CD manufacturer. Marshmallow Peeps "Sing Along: 14 Sweet Tweets" is an album of such scope and vision, that Jesus himself has been said to have wept at it's beauty. With cover songs spanning the decades, from 60's Mo-Town (Dancing In The Streets), to contemporary classics (I Believe I Can Fly) Read more on Last.fm
Once in a great while an album comes along that literally bends time with it's artistic integrity and ingenuity. In 2001 such and album was forged by and unsuspecting CD manufacturer. Marshmallow Peeps "Sing Along: 14 Sweet Tweets" is an album of such scope and vision, that Jesus himself has been said to have wept at it's beauty. With cover songs spanning the decades, from 60's Mo-Town (Dancing In The Streets), to contemporary classics (I Believe I Can Fly), a true wealth of musical knowledge can be derived from the albums creators, the good people at Craig + Co.

In all fairness getting Marshmallow Peeps to sing must have been a daunting task, but they turned that worry and doubt and forged it into a creative ball of fiery marshmallowy musical bliss. After the creation of this album, the production team has been MIA. some people think that they cannot top this amazing effort. Other sources believe that they are in the process of making their next magnum opus, waiting for the right time to unleash it, when humanity is at it's lowest point, so it can be the shining ray of hope in everyone's lives.

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