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Man Man Man Man released their third studio album "Rabbit Habits" on ANTI- in 2008, and embarked on a North American tour in March 2008, with Yeasayer and Tim Fite splitting dates. They performed at numerous festivals including Voodoo Experience, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, All Tomorrow's Parties, Primavera Sound, and the Meredith Music Festival that same year.
Man Man Man Man then recorded their fifth studio album, "On Oni Pond" which was released on September 10, 2013. The album was again produced by Mike Mogis. They have released the first single, titled "Head On." "Head On" peaked at #32 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.
Man Man Man Man released their debut "The Man in a Blue Turban with a Face" in October 2004 on Ace Fu Records, but they did not begin to tour extensively until their follow-up album "Six Demon Bag" was released in 2006 to positive reviews. During 2007, the band opened for Modest Mouse on several U.S tours, gaining them further public attention. Not long afterward, Nike began airing a series of commercials starring Rainn Wilson with Man Man's "10 lb Mustache" as the background music. "10 lb Mustache", "Feathers", and "Engrish Bwudd" were featured in season 3, episode 8 of the TV show "Weeds". The band also recorded a cover of "Little Boxes" for the title sequence of that episode.
Man Man Man Man released their fourth album "Life Fantastic" in May 2011 with producer Mike Mogis (of Bright Eyes and Monsters of Folk fame). The album featured a less "wacky" and more somber sound than previous releases. The first song written for the album was "Steak Knives," inspired by a failed relationship and the death of a close friend. It took Kattner (Honus Honus) over a year to write.
Man Man Man Man is an experimental band from Philadelphia. Their multi-instrumental style is centered on the piano playing of lead singer and lyricist Honus Honus. On recordings, Honus usually plays piano but during the live shows he uses a Rhodes Piano or a Nord Electro 3. He is accompanied by an energetic group of musicians and vocalists. Instruments played by the band include a clavinet, Moog Little Phatty, sousaphone, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, flute, bass clarinet, drum set, euphonium, Fender Jazz Bass, Danelectro baritone guitar, xylophone, marimba, melodica and various percussive instruments including pots and pans, toy noisemakers, Chinese funeral horns, spoons, smashing plates, fireworks, and—on occasion—audience members' heads.
Man A man is a male human. The term "man" is usually reserved for an adult male, with the term boy being the usual term for a male child or adolescent. However, the term "man" is also sometimes used to identify a male human, regardless of age, as in phrases such as "men's basketball".
Man The Old English form is derived from Proto-Germanic "*mannz", "human being, person", which is also the etymon of German "Mann" "man, husband" and "man" "one" (pronoun), Old Norse "maðr", and Gothic "manna". According to Tacitus, the mythological progenitor of the Germanic tribes was called "Mannus". "*Manus" in Indo-European mythology was the first man, see Mannus, Manu (Hinduism).
Man The English term "man" is derived from a Proto-Indo-European root "*man-" (see Sanskrit/Avestan "manu-", Slavic "mǫž" "man, male"). More directly, the word derives from Old English "mann." The Old English form had a default meaning of "adult male" (which was the exclusive meaning of "wer"), though it could also signify a person of unspecified gender. The closely related Old English pronoun "man" was used just as it is in Modern German to designate "one" (e. g., in the saying "man muss mit den Wölfen heulen").
Man Biological factors are not sufficient determinants of whether a person considers themselves a man or is considered a man. Intersex individuals, who have physical or genetic features considered to be mixed or atypical for one sex or the other, may use other criteria in making a clear determination. There are also transgender and transsexual men, who were assigned as female at birth, but identify as men; there are varying social, legal and individual definitions with regard to these issues. (See transman.)
Man Man "Head On (Hold On To Your Heart)" - No. 32 Alternative Songs