Kickin' Doors & Stabbing Beds[CD]
Kickin' Doors and Stabbing Beds is all about disco. Sometimes it is about other things, but the disco always shines through. Songs like FIRE in the Streets, Me and DJ Scooter Clinanus, A Plateprater Saved My Life This Afternoon, and He's a Superstar follow the ever so popular disco-metal trend. Other songs like Trumped and Bram are what we like to call 'burlesque disco,' while Hoover's Buffoy is a super smooth 'disco-jazz' song. To sum up, this album is one that features some tremendous synth work. FIRE in the Streets and Hoover's Buffoy showcase this, as a bass guitar is not used in either song. The opener, FIRE in the Streets will put the listeners in dance mode right away. If you can remain seated while listening to this song, you must lack the ability to walk. The next six songs all feature a different genre. This was not intentional. It was actually just noticed about ten seconds ago. Me and DJ Scooter Clinanus will continue the disco-metal trend, followed by Trumped. Next is Gettin' Dirty. This is a classic seventies party track that was originally recorded a short while by before Brash was in existence. Next is the dance hit M.K.D. If you're in the mood for a fast paced song to get your techno juices flowing, then get out your dancing shoes and crank this song up. The sixth song, Immolate Me is a cover song. It is not one of our favorites on the album, and it is more or less a tribute to The Wildbunch, one of our favorite bands. After the first six songs, the album does not slow down until the last song. Songs 7-16 feature some of our favorite songs. It is not typical to put such songs in the middle of the album, but we're very atypical. Some of the songs are A Plateprater Saved My Life This Afternoon, Hoover's Buffoy, A Pirate's Life For Me, and the classic Bram. There are more songs than these, but we won't bother you with them at this time. This is an album that will make you forget about your worries, and provoke you to ask some very deep questions you never knew you cared about. Questions like "Why is Roger Federer such an amazing man? What will the afterlife be like? Why doesn't Donald Trump think I am a good leader?" The answers to these questions cannot be found on this album. Kickin' Doors and Stabbing Beds is more or less a feel good, drive around with your windows down, grind against your neighbor while wearing a tight tank top, summer party album. This is precisely why we're putting it out in November. We'd like to thank the following individuals in no particular order for the hands they lent us during our music making process: Robert Van Martin, S3, Medium Sized Ronald, Lil' Harold, Oscar Fink, and Gun$i$h. The biggest thanks goes out to Lil' Harold, for without his equipment, Kickin' Doors and Stabbing Beds would still be a blank CD.
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