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With 2012's "Songs & Dances Of Madisonia" the Reptiles return with a 14-song set that's reverberating throughout Madison Wisconsin, hotbed of "people-powered-politics." After a long day marching around the square and occupying the Capitol, everybody needs great music to dance to. Multiple hit songs and dance tunes from Bulgaria, Turkey and Macedonia -- beloved by the "US international folkdance cult" -- mix with an original song once played on "A Prairie Home Companion" and a Roaring Lion calypso promoting good hygiene. Listen/download/buy it here: www.cdbaby.com/cd/reptilepalaceorchestra
The Reptile Palace Orchestra has long been one of Madison, Wisconsin's most inventive, eclectic bands, playing an engaging set of material ranging from torchy lounge to klezmer to Turkish dance songs to Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing." The band takes its time releasing albums, with just (seven) since its 1994 inception, and all of them are fun, weird and worldwide in scope. - Twin Cities Onion A/V Club Review, April 2006
The Reptiles do Weddings, parties, festivals, gatherings of people, celebrations, parades, barns, warm rocks, boat christenings, hula dances, brisses, anniversaries, birthday parties, logo dedications... contact us!