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Boomkat Product Review:
Hooting, honking dadaist avant-something skronk from the Norwegian composer, band leader, guitarist, artist and dancing conductor. Imagine the soundtrack to a roadtrip with Hunter S. Thompson getting Moondog and Frank Zappa blasted in the back and battling over the stereo, and you've got almost got a whiff of the sound on 'The Choko King'. It's Jono's third album since 2009, but the 29 surreal recordings, marked by titles such as 'The Lobotomized Healers Rise And Fall' and 'Twelve Finger Intestinal Tango' were made between 1995 and 2008, includes some material predating his debut album by at least four years, and tracks which were even too mad for the other releases, culled from demos, rehearsal tapes, live and studio recordings. However they're evidently not redundant (well, OK, that depends on your taste) and afford a glimpse of endearing mania that we reckon the freaks will lap up, especially the indescribable fourteen minutes of closer, 'Vital Requiem'.