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Action Sound | “Super Band”

Various artists from Worst Kitchen's roster have contributed an eclectic pile of ingredients -- rock, fusion, '70s camp, Casio kitsch, badly acted video drama, bits of "found audio" -- and concocted this reeking stew of musical fun. Featuring the further demented rambling... More Info

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Choagie & Friends | “Crass & Cruel Crank Calls”

In a world without caller ID, when unsuspecting strangers were randomly telephoned by anonymous pranksters... ... More Info

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GTR GYRO | “The Far-Out Sounds of the Fretless Guitar”

Take a twenty-something guitarist with time on his hands, a Les Paul copy with frets yanked out, lots of effects pedals, and a cassette deck. The result: meandering musical mayhem. GTR GYRO (pronounced "guitar hero") made a lot of these tapes a few decades ago, but this is the only... More Info

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Blood Feast | “Blood Feast”

In 1983, three teens got together, came up with some music and words, and talked their older friend Cole into doing vocals. The result: Blood Feast. Guitar, bass, vocals, and trashcans/cardboard boxes for drums. Maybe some real drums, too. They only played these songs a few times, and then t... More Info

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Aluminum Tadpole | “That's Not The Cow I Ordered!”

This third album from Aluminum Tadpole sees the band members growing up and drifting their separate ways, regrouping occasionally to squeeze out these last musical vestiges. While their rate of musical output may have slowed, the resulting pieces show more polish and musical maturity along w... More Info

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Aluminum Tadpole | “The Clever Whatever”

When not watching bad horror movies or listening to records, the members of Aluminum Tadpole would occasionally have an impromptu jam session, recording music with whatever equipment was immediately available. The result: A sound that ranges from crass to touching, inept to jazzy. This CD i... More Info

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Aluminum Tadpole | “More Of The Same”

This compact anthology of Aluminum Tadpole is a nice introduction to the band's overall sound and features special glow-in-the-dark packaging.... More Info

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Aluminum Tadpole | “Non Compos Mentis”

Covering the most fruitful period for Aluminum Tadpole, this album showcases Choagie's unique songwriting style. Thrill to his inspiring anthem "I'm Demented" (a clarion call to malcontents everywhere, yearning to break free of societal expectations) and marvel at the Zap... More Info

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Asgoth A.D. | “Warwick Motel”

No room will be vacant of budget luxury when equipped with this wall-to-wall shag carpet of rock 'n' roll. Rockabilly and heavy metal collide with the unmistakable sound of an '80s vintage Casio keyboard. Plus amusing monologues and dramatic scenes that might tell some sort of... More Info

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Stephen Cunningham | “Home Sliced”

Here are a batch of home recordings made in living rooms, basements, bedrooms, dining rooms... Over at a friend's place, or by myself while the kids were trying to take a nap at home. Singing out of raw notebooks, making up the tune and then pushing record before I... More Info

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Assorted Spores | “BUDS”

Assorted Spores (also known as The Buds) were a short-lived fixture of the casino bar circuit in South Lake Tahoe circa 1980. Hired to play more relaxing fare like Christopher Cross's "Sailing", the band delighted in shocking their audiences by aborting the soft rock mid-song ... More Info

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Storm | “Neither Here Nor There”

"Most of this was put together late 80's - early 90's, sitting on the floor where the electrical outlet was as I didn't have an extension cord. Found sounds and found recorders. Some of this was getting the records to skip with strategically placed pieces of masking tape,... More Info

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Choagie Graham | “Demented Ramblings of the Young "Choagie" Graham”

When David Graham was nine years old, he developed an alter-ego known as "Choagie" and recorded his mainly-incoherent ramblings on the family tape recorder. Decades later, the results are available to the masses. After Christian spirituals sung with his aunt and little sister "... More Info

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GTR GYRO | “Elektrik Gtr”

From the artist who brought us the perplexing "Far-Out Sounds Of The Fretless Guitar" comes another improvisational noise masterpiece of even stranger proportions. Utilizing multiple effects pedals and unorthodox playing techniques, GTR GYRO approached this album with the goal of &... More Info

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Allied Fracture | “Conspiracy Generation”

Breakbeats meet plunderphonics in Allied Fracture's first CD release. A paranoid tour-de-force, Conspiracy Generation was recorded on analog reel-to-reel tape for maximum hiss and flutter. Heavy electronic beats, dark orchestral stylings, layers of found noise and an... More Info

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DJ Napp | “El Nappo Vs. The Aztec Frankenstein”

From the depths of our late-20th century archives comes this sampling mash-up extravaganza of chill-out grooves and up-tempo dance beats. Every track produced by DJ Napp is here, including two featuring everyone's favorite caretaker, Torgo. ... More Info

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Spanky Spankitos & The Spankaroos | “The Totally Gay '80s”

Stuffy old historians wearing tweed blazers often referred to the 1890s as "The Gay Nineties" (usually while seated in front of impressive bookcases). But when the 1980s came along they were like, "Oh my god! TOTALLY!" (Next they spiked their hair with VO5 gel, donned OP ... More Info

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