Magically Delicious Smoking Skunk Monkey
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Magically Delicious Smoking Skunk Monkey

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"Monkey Down"

And then...there was The Magically Delicious Smoking Skunk Monkey!!! If you
ever, ever, EVER get the chance to see these guys live, DO IT! Do not
hesitate...just go to the show and you will be amazed! You'll laugh, you'll
headbang, you'll open your mind, just everything. If you took Blues Traveler,
Toadies, Butthole Surfers, Primus, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, mixed them all in
a pot, and then served it with a side of Hendrix, then you can get a small idea
of what these guys are like. They have a MySpace page, and you doing
yourself an injustice if you don't check them out! That was one of the coolest
shows we've seen in a while, and I'm not the only one that agrees: Scott and
John ran straight to their "merch booth" to get a copy of their CD!
- Burr Conspiracy


Humpalotta Fishwang - 1989
Space Soup at the Castle - 1992
Cherry Flavored Tobacco - 1994
The Mumbling Dead -1998
The Unnamed Nine - 2003
Xmas - 2005

In 2006 MDSSM went into an Austin studio and recorded "GARY", reworking 20 songs live in the studio.



As a child Pluck was given an old tape machine by his older brother. Pluck and various grade school friends began making up songs on the old Hammond organ, recording them on old 8 track tapes. Pluck never stopped recording things and graduated to an actual 4 track in the late 80s. In college Pluck released "Humpalotta Fishwang" that was well received by his fellow art students at the University of North Texas in Denton. After college Pluck formed the Magically Delicious Smoking Skunk Monkey with Senor Hoffemeinez (local drum lord) and another friend on bass. They self released two tapes and three CDs before moving to Austin Texas where they have been playing and recording for 3 years. Kitty joined in on bass and keys in Austin. They have just finished building a studio in Austin and are working on a new album that sounds like your older cousin's junior high mix tape.