Musings of a Plastic Cow

January 23, 2010 10:03 PM

As a very wise man (vs sun) once told me, "I warned you about opening the stupid vault. Once it has been opened, it can never be closed." As it has been written, so shall it be done.

The final, semi-hidden track from Demons of Gyrophonia's first album, [Obligatory Eponymous Debut], this is the stream-of-consciousness ramblings of our dearly departed mascot, Candy "Rainbow" O'Poopenheifer, as channeled by man vs sun. Additional vocal colouring added by myself and Pheatherwäit.

This was actually a recapturing of a spur-of-the-moment improv gone mad, abusing the Gulbransen's rhythmbox function. We initially wanted to post for the "scary" challenge in October 2008, but we didn't hit record the first time. So man vs sun wrote up a short "score," and we were off (our rockers).

Timbill: Gulbransen PaceMaker Electric Organ (incl. rhythmbox), Colour-Vox
Tréteque: Megaphonic Vocals, Güiro, Shakers
Pheatherwäit: Güiro, Flute, Colour-Vox, Shakers
The Amazing Brando: Large Hadron Collider

Note: Includes an excerpt from Funkytown by Steven Greenberg

posted by askmeaboutLOOM (4 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

oh good lord...
posted by man vs sun at 10:56 PM on January 23, 2010 [1 favorite]

For the sake of TMI, another (slightly less horrifying) angle of the cow and the score from which we performed.
posted by man vs sun at 11:18 PM on January 23, 2010

For the record, I was unaware of the Dutch version, and DEMAND it be performed as such.
posted by askmeaboutLOOM at 11:58 PM on January 23, 2010

Yeah, I got one of them Hadron Colliders. Set the sucker up in my garage and plugged in. Box said it could be used to record vocals and heat the house at the same time. Bullshit. All I got was a lot of pops and stuff and loads of miniture sub-atomic particles that were no fuckin' use to me at all. I sold it to some Swiss geezer - said he was a scientist. Yeah, right.

Utterly delicious poop, you insane fuckers. Plastic cow!!!!!!!!!!!
posted by MajorDundee at 3:18 AM on January 24, 2010

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