Label: Soleilmoon Recordings - SOL-01 • Format: Cassette C60 • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Experimental
On the cover appears the Cosmic Spud, who is the Father of the Boss now enjoying his second decade of rule. Different versions of "Happy Baby Rhumba" and "Imp-Namics" can be found on the Dead Man's Curve album "Nattering Naybobs Of Negativity". "Now It's .
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· Smegma - Morass [C60 Tape] From : "Smegma's roots lie in the Los Angeles Free Music Society (LAFMS) scene of the mid-'70s, and yet this long-running avant-rock collective are one of the few groups from that era that are still active today. With the musicians hidden behind ridiculous pseudonyms, Smegma offered a strange psychedelic Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
· The Morass cassette, with its large, tri-fold insert, was the first release for the now world-renowned Soleilmoon label (also Portland-based.) The "studio" side of this tape was recently made available on the CD reissue of the Nattering Naybobs of Negativity LP.
Spontaneous Sounds Artist: Smegma Year: Country: United States Label: Pigface Records Catalog No: Pigface Records Format: Tape Spezification: 0 Tracklist Very Early A1 Auto Suck A2 Pumkin Works, Opening Theme A3 Breakfast With Bananas A4 Peanut Butter And Salad Dressing A5 When The Saints Go Marching In A6 Potato War A7 I Used To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star A8 The Partys Over A9 Missing: Morass.
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