MP3 the primeTime sublime Community Orchestra - Songs That Will Never Win A Grammy
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Pop music subverted beyond the commercial realm with wit and humor sung by a computer.
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8 "Pop" songs (and 1 instrumental) subverted beyond the commercial realm - composed, recorded and produced by Paul Minotto and the primeTime sublime Community Orchestra.
Mastering by Andy VanDette at Masterdisk Studios, New York City.
CD artwork designed by Corporate Blob Records.
Vocals digitally manufactured by an IBM personal computer.
- Curb Your God
The Grand Opening Number featuring 7 singers advocating the virtues of limiting the influence of one’s External Transcendent Moral Authority.
Note the quotes: a fragment of "What the World Needs Now" by Burt Bacharach sung by a robot and the "Ken-L-Ration Dog Food" Jingle (My Dog’s Better Than Your Dog...) which occurs during the last section in the low brass (not heard in this excerpt).
- I Want You
A love song - a sort of pathologically obsessed recomposition beyond recognition of Billy Joel’s "I Love You Just The Way You Are" with Sting’s "Every Breath You Take". (well...maybe not)
- Betty Poptarts
The ballad of the record with contributions by Richard Nixon, Hillary Clinton, both George Bushes, a group of TV commercial announcers, some evangelist I can’t remember the name of, Betty and Ken.
Refers to those individuals who look for paths to happiness outside of themselves in ideas of a political, religious or materialistic nature, pre-organized for effortless convenience which enables one to escape from the real issues which are within oneself.
- Lesson 1
English as a 2nd language for nonearthlings taught by native speakers.
- Dance of the Bouncing Hornballs
A kind-of-but-not-really interlude: the instrumental track of the record.
- Just Do Me Tonight
Picture if you will, a man, a lonely man who sits at the same seat in the same neighborhood bar night after night. He doesn’t have many friends and is unable to give or receive love - a junkyard of memories and unresolved emotions. At the end of the night he "scores" with a big, boobed, blonde bimbo from Brooklyn (not heard in this excerpt).
Recorded live in the lounge at Murphy’s Sea Bay Inn, Normandy Beach, New Jersey.
- Hannibal Lecter’s BBQ
Progressive Rock so progressive it isn’t Rock anymore.
What if Hannibal Lecter invited you over for a neighborhood barbeque one sunny, Saturday afternoon?
- Rainbow Seeds of Mass Destruction
What if Samuel Beckett wrote a screenplay for a Disney movie about a cockroach who became president?
A song of political propaganda gone awry.
The line "Jesus was a Republican" got edited out for aesthetic, not religious or political reasons.
The 2nd half is an electronic soundscape of a nuclear fallout with TV commercial announcements (not heard in this excerpt). Advertising of commodities during nuclear fallout may seem absurd to most; but remember: comparable to the World Cup or the Super Bowl, Armageddon will be televised and commercial time will be very expensive.
- It Will Be Over Before Ya Know It
An inspirational song of joy and hope designed to uplift the wrinkled hearts of the masses and create eternal peace, love and understanding throughout the world and its’ neighbors. (well...maybe not)
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