MIKE & JENYR'S BEATNIKPARTY: THE BASS D 12:21 Vinyl Record
Recorded in 2005 @ Studio V; Seattle, WA by Erik 4A (Vagrant Records) & Lar i. This album features the drum & bass debut of two piece Mike ( Bass & Vox) & Jenyr (Percussion). It's fast & furious pace goes from a song about the necessity of dying, 'Everything Must Begin', to a blistering cover of the Minutemen classic 'Party w/Me Punker'; then, the album blasts into outer space with the conspiracy theory laden 'Stoopid Song Bout Nothin' and the anti-rain (Northwest by way of California) anthem 'Move Away' continues into the sexually frustrated 'She Don't Mind'; which concludes the first side. The second side opens with a funkier than thou version of the Dead Milkmen's 'Rastabilly' before seemingly slowing down to an anti-pop tale of dealings with the Devil in a furious tribute to Kurt Vonnegut '& So it Goes...' which leads way to the fun emptiness of a counter culture lifestyle in a funkaholic ode to Dadaism called 'Hobby Horse Cafe'; which finishes the album, which has been called 'Weird arty shit for people who like weird arty shit' by Pocketful of Change. Finmusic has also said 'like an alien fungi it will grow on you'; so, if your tired of pop music and wondering where rock & roll has wandered off to die, you might want to check out what these anti-fascists have been screaming about for soo long 'There is no History!'- Mike & Jenyr.
Everything Must Begin
Party With Me Punker
Stoopid Song Bout Nothing
She Don't Mind
& So It Goes
Hobby Horse Cafe
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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