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The inspirational poetry of Richard Nixon
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Have we made any advancement at all
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Kingston riot
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The freedom of mylan sheath deterioration
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When robots take over everyone wins
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A bright and glorious new future
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Wrong! Try again. Follow me...
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The birth of something foul
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What happened here. (This is)
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As the president of the United States
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The downfall of human beatboxing
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B-sides should remain just that
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Press not
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Garage electronic experimental techno ambient acoustic apocalyptic trash - ez listening

13 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Experimental, ELECTRONIC: Ambient

This album was inspired by Richard Nixon. RIP Dick.

Band Members Collaborators on the latest album include:
Eric Nordhauser - he's from San Fransisco by way of Chicago. Video Artist, DJ, Musician (Savage Fantasy, the Nightbugs). Used to run The Showcave in SF with Jamie.
Mike Miley - From Chicago to Portland and back again. Mike is a brilliant circuit bender, used to do a lot of print making until he sold his giant printer, musician although I can't remember the bands because I'm basically an egocentric ass when it comes to music.
Former collaborators include -
Eric Mahle - From Chicago, the city not the band, currently in Sybris.
Fritz Doreza - Chicagoan currently in The Decibators.
Ted Sams & Lara Bush - Formely lost in Portland, currently lost in Thailand.
Ted Davee - The other AV guy at Reed. Makes some noise.
Paul Johnson - Occasional rhythmizer.

BENT IS - Another E-lectronic shitfest from Jim Holmes. This version features songs composed mainly from circuit bent children's toys, drum machines and human beatboxing. Songs reviews from decribe the music as "a pointless exercise in digital editing", "a bunch of samples strewn together without thought or reason", and my favorite "I waited forever for this song to start. Then I wished it didn't". While I mostly agree with the insight and thoughtfulness of these critics, I will say that the music is not sampled. It's played live to analog tape with little editing and no regard for music theory or artistic integrity.

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