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It was very confusing to start the first artistic Costello, never wanting to release an album, just to give you a live performance. Then the short, intensive session in L.A. evidently ran so well that he was still a release. All things only on vinyl and as a download, so his next announcement. Only the cross-thinker rushed back - probably the record company in his conscience - and throws "Momofuku" also as a CD on the market. But vinyl lovers do not go empty. The analogue recorded songs were distributed generously on two discs, so the animated energetic rock sounds clearer and clearer.
After all, "Momofuku" is Costello's (important) jazz and classical experiments again a loosely shot from the hip shot masterpiece, which hits with its roaring twelve songs directly into the black.
In addition to the Imposters, young musicians work with u.s.a singer Jenny Lewis (Rilo Kiley), who made the whole thing by inviting Costello to sing on her next album.
The result of biting, well-tuned rock, juicy and earthy, with Wurlitzer and choir singing, ballads and wild, complicated clever undercrash, like Tom Petty as punk, heavily grooving and slowly pushing, with small bows before the Beatles. Great sport.