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Presenting the opening volley from Demons of Gyrophonia's new album, for the 2012 RPM Challenge, Searching for Dual-Projecting Interneurons that May Contribute to Spinal Turtle Behavior. Previously. [more inside]
Meda Dau Doka (God Bless Fiji)
Skipping the next track on the album, as it was the first to be posted here, we move to the nonsense version of the Fijian national anthem--the one in English. Mr. Prescott must have thought Fiji to be a much bigger, stronger, less who-gives-a-shit-worthy nation than it really is. [more inside]
Blessings of the Swazi (Nkulunkulu Mnikati wetibusiso temaSwati - Swaziland)
Next from Anthemic comes a much more abstract interpretation of a much more obscure anthem, from a country many more people are prone to forget exists. It's also, probably, my personal favourite track of the whole album. I'd like to think it very deftly stomps through the full spectrum of brilliance and stupidity, at any and all times. [more inside]
Moissanite, or silicon carbide, is often used to make synthetic diamonds. Listening to this track, for me, conjures imagery of a manmade crystal cavern, with an ethereal glow, and the not-quite-drip of not-quite-water. The prelude ends and the track proper begins around 3:16. [more inside]
The Pope is Dead. Long Live the Pope.
They'd probably save a lot of trouble and idiocy at the Vatican if they would only institute this policy. [more inside]
2010.11.11: Vibes, Basitar, Flaut, Vox
It always comes down to food and/or pants. I don't know why. [more inside]