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Muh & More
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Muh & More on CD

'MUH!' (pronounced as 'MOO!') by Matterhorn Project is unique in pop history. There are cows singing and bells tingling, yodelling and alpine horns, all supported by an infectious eigthies disco-beat and a slightly spaced-out sense of humour. The track stormed the Swiss and international charts in 1985 and got known and loved for it's sense of comedy and tongue-in-cheek citing of Swiss clichés. On this website Matterhorn Project offers you quicktime and free mp3 listening samples, quicktime-video and lots of background information. The first album of MATTERHORN PROJECT with the two top ten hits 'MOO!' ('MUH!' in the original Swiss release) and 'Yo-lollo-diuh' is back again. Directly mastered from the 1985 original tapes of course, but in superb digital quality. Not only this - seven more bonus tracks come along on 'MUH! ...and more'. The extensive booklet shows charts positions, record sleeves, the original graphics of 'Chilbi-Time', a Japanese sleeve - this is a must-have collector's item! And what's more: children love the cow groove. Let's MOO! See what people write us about MUH! And Matterhorn Project: - We enjoy your music very much. We recently ordered MUH! And you were kind enough to send us a second copy when the first arrived sans disk. (Andy Ellington, Texas) - After a long search I have finally found the CD 'Matterhorn Project - MUH! .. and more', it's so grrreattt. (Oliver Studer, Switzerland) - Look forward to receiving the album. I've waited 14 years, a little more won't hurt much. (Tony Valster, New Zealand)