Album Review: Father of Invention by Professor Elemental

We’re almost certain everyone knows by now that the legendary Professor Elemental has a new album out: Father of Invention, which we’ve decided is equal parts brilliance and hilarity, with a healthy dash of lunacy on the side.

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During the course of a manically huge steampunk tea party with all sorts of shenanigans and silly things to occupy one’s attention, the Professor serves up a perfectly crafted blend of witty chap-hop banter with swing and vaudeville elements, whilst getting into arguments with his primate butler Geoffery – or engaging him in an endearing dance number. And let’s not forget the epic rap battle between our dear P.E. and the fabulously-‘stached Mr. B!

Please do enjoy the first single from the album, “I’m British.”

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If you haven’t already listened to this album, we highly recommend you put on your internet shopping trousers and throw some dough at Professor Elemental – because Father of Invention is worth every shilling. (Just don’t buy any ice cream from him!)

Have a listen to our podcast for the full review! And check out our hysterical interview with the Professor if you missed it the first time.

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WEB-prof-elemental-im-british-380Professor Elemental’s goodies can be found at his website, on Twitter at @prof_elemental, and at his Bandcamp site.

Thanks so much for stopping by Behind The Steam!  Keep up with our latest podcasts and posts on Twitter as @BehindTheSteam, and on Facebook!

~ Alyssa and Kristin

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