Remix of this. Rather more....umm....lively sounding now I reckon.
WIP, last touched at the end of 08. While I'm happy with the lyrics, and the beat-producer, antisoc, did an admirable job of piecing together 4 different artists with different flow styles, I really need to punch up the back beat a little, and I'm going to re-record the 2nd verse-- my timing gets a little off. Features 3 guest nerdcore rappers: ytcracker-- the original digital gangster--, KABUTO, and finally, The Ranger of The Downunderdogs. Careful, there's there's cussin'. [more inside]
A rehearsal demo of a rejiggered older song, meant for my Irish-American garage band, The Peter O'Tooles. [more inside]
(or: use of facebook interests page as failed communication device) [more inside]
Sometimes the Web is like the Wild West. [more inside]
A VDU is, of course, a video display unit. A song about one of the things the Web has made: Millions of people who sit all day long staring at a screen. [more inside]
Although not strictly part of this month's challenge, I would like to point out that this song, which deals with how our social media lives on after we die, is heavily inspired by "Waiting for My Man." [more inside]
A song about oversharing. [more inside]
Yet another from my series of glam and punk inspired songs about the series of tubes we call the Interweb. [more inside]
Another in my series of punk and glam inspired songs about Web culture, this one is sort of an answer song to both "The Kids Are Alright" and "Blitzkrieg Bop." [more inside]
Another from my series of lo-fi punk and glam inspired songs about the Interweb, this time dealing with Web hoaxes and tragedies. [more inside]
Another of my punk and glam rock-inspired songs about the Interwebs. [more inside]
Another in my series of glam rock-styled lo-fi songs about the Web. [more inside]
A song about seeing something on the Internet you wish you didn't. [more inside]
Lyrics somewhat NSFW. [more inside]
Defense and confession wrapped in to one song. Let your freak flag fly.