Moloko | Concert 11,000 Clicks: Live at Brixton Academy ’03

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01 – Moloko – Familiar Feeling [Live] – 2003
02 – Moloko – I Want You [Live] – 2003
03 – Moloko – Absent Minded Friends [Live] – 2003
04 – Moloko – Day for Night [Live] – 2003
05 – Moloko – Come On [Live] – 2003
06 – Moloko – Fun for Me [Live] – 2003
07 – Moloko – Where Is the What If the What Is in Why? [Live] – 2003
08 – Moloko – Cannot Contain This [Live] – 2003
09 – Moloko – Pure Pleasure Seeker [Live] – 2003
10 – Moloko – The Time Is Now [Live] – 2003
11 – Moloko – Statues [Live] – 2003
12 – Moloko – 100% [Live] – 2003
13 – Moloko – Forever More [Live] – 2003
14 – Moloko – Sing It Back [Live] – 2003

15 – Moloko – Being Is Bewildering [Live] – 2003
16 – Moloko – Blow X Blow [Live] – 2003
17 – Moloko – Caught in a Whisper [Live] – 2003
18 – Moloko – Indigo [Live] – 2003


Moloko | #moloko
(Mark Brydon, Róisín Murphy)
[1993-2003], Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom


Moloko were an English-Irish music duo founded in 1993, from Sheffield, England.

Moloko consisted of Róisín Murphy from Arklow, Ireland and Mark Brydon, from Sunderland, England.

Murphy had no prior professional experience as a singer when Moloko was formed. Brydon, had previously worked on music as a producer with musicians such as Boy George and Cabaret Voltaire on releases from the 1990s.

In 1994, the two met at a party in Sheffield, where Murphy approached Brydon with the chat-up line, “Do you like my tight sweater? See how it fits my body!”. The query became their début album’s title, recorded while Murphy and Brydon had begun dating. The name Moloko originates from the Russian word for milk, молоко.

The group signed to Echo Records and released their single « Where Is the What If the What Is in the Why? ». The group’s debut album Do You Like My Tight Sweater?, was released in 1995. The group toured with the group Pulp following the release.

After Moloko finished the tour, they built a home studio and recorded their second album titled I Am Not a Doctor which was released in 1998 in the United Kingdom.

Their third album Things to Make and Do was released in the early 2000s.

Brydon and Murphy ended their romantic relationship after the release of their 2003 album Statues and following a tour, disbanded the group.

The 11,000 Clicks concert is the final live video from Moloko, and their final release other than the compilation album Catalogue. It was recorded on the 22nd November 2003 at Brixton Academy in London.

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