“Mickey Bloody Mouse” is a remix of Grinderman’s “Mickey Mouse and the Goodbye Man” by Queens of the Stone Age frontman, Josh Homme. The video displays a series of drawings of the band in montage form, sort of like viewing a comic book from left to right. The remix itself isn’t great. In fact, it’s pretty disappointing. Overlaying Nick Cave’s vocals over and over again over a ticking clock provides too long an intro for a fairly anemic mix of an otherwise energetic and tense song.
Think I’m wrong? Check out the song.
For a review of Grinderman’s Grinderman 2, click here.
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