here is the deal: these songs are not
all the way done, or mixed... so if you kind of like something, or think
you might show your parents, make sure you come back and see if you have
the latest version.
the plan in the long run: if you haven't noticed we are
making many different "genres" of music. our plan is to make two
albums, one album with songs that we really like, and a follow up album
with the songs that we made during the process of the main album (the
goofy ones). the follow up album is very cheery and poppy. it gets
us through the cold winter months of recording. the songs on the
follow up album sound of poorer quality (in a fitting way) mostly
because we recorded them as we make them up and real fast!
main album candidates
this innocent, smooth singing song will surely tickle your fancy, if you
andrew: lead guitar
*how are you?*
here is a rough mix of the first version of this song. we still
have ideas of what we want to add to it, but for now, here you go.
follow up album beauty stars
what the road signs on the way to madison coming from hudson. also
watch for the pigeons
*it's fleece was white as red*
sheldon had a little lamb... the rest of the song pretty much wrote it
*i'm sensitive yo*
this is one of
those songs that goes out to someone... check it out, it might be you!
this song was created somehow on the 7-8th of january. we (jason,
andrew, and myself ,david) were recording and we had just finished up a
tribute song to the best band on earth, creative negligence.
anywho, andrew was whining about how he wanted to "jam" just like luke
on starwars. out of fear we jammed with him, and this is what
happened. we finished this song up a couple hours after the jam
andrew: lead guitar
*my "friend" the neoplasm*
this ditty was made up and recorded in room 112 conover kronshage.
it started out as a 50's type song, you know where the girl is talking
over the gentle music in the back and the girl is, by all odds, talking
about her new/lost love. the only difference between the early
stages of this song and a 50s ballad was the uneasiness in the
male voice and the incessant cursing over the "relations" with this
"thing". luckily for all we changed the direction of this numba',
and developed it into sexy hick rock song.
matt: marimba keys
*hopeless- tribute to Creative Negligence*
ah, yes.. hopeless.
hopeless was a song written and directed by phil bracy, now hotshot of
dsh records. now, yah see here Creative Negligence was quite
possibly fighting for the spot of the best punk group in all of st.
croix county, until phil moved away and other, unspeakable events
now, like we think of the dead on holidays and birthdays we think of
you, creative, and tribute this lamb as a sacrifice. wait, no...
it's a song.
andrew: acoustic. guitar
Special Recording Release: by ryan thomas butler
*everything nothing- tribute to Creative
keeping alive the two minute tradition