MP3 SnagLoopDog - SLDX - Constructing Groove
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Fun conceptual comedy rock with a splash of Frank Zappa mixed with 2 tsp. of Talking Heads and 1 or 2 tsp. each of Ween, Tenacious D and Weird Al.
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(Warning this is written in first, second and third person....so pay attention!!!)
This all started one day back in the 70’s. It was rainy somewhere and it wasn’t somewhere else. Things were breaking and other things were being fixed (and then there were a few things that didn’t break and, therefore, didn’t need to be fixed
but that, my friend, is another story for another day). There were many things that were happening and then some that weren’t and some that were going to happen, but just not yet. There were people that did and people that didn’t
and then a few that didn’t know whether they did or didn’t but thought that it was simply safer to just to not think about it.
Chad and Kelleigh were born in a gigantic egg, kinda like the Burger King Pokey Balls that the Pokemon toys come in but much larger, somewhere in Kegopolis, Idaho. Kelleigh spent many of her younger years wrapped in cellophane. Chad would have helped but he spent his first 19 years rolling down a hill(actually the "real" rolling part only lasted for 17 1/2 years but inertia carried him for another year and a half).
What you need to realize is that one cannot roll much faster than 2 maybe 2 1/2 miles per hour, lest you risk a dislocated shoulder (by the way it was a really big hill). Yes I know, if you do the math he could have probably rolled to the moon and back or, at the least, around the Earth approx. 13 or 14 times, or maybe just all the way around the New Jersey turnpike.
When Chad finished rolling, he, of course, had to catch up on the latest fads. During his rolling years, Chad had missed disco, 8 track tapes, parachute pants, Weird Al, Ronald Reagan, the A-Team, and Iron Butterfly. It took Chad about 4 years to figure out why people had worn parachute pants. Actually, Chad never did figure that one out.
After reading the instructions on the back of a box of Southwestern Brown Minute Rice, Kelleigh knew just how to remove the cellophane(and that’s all we’re going to say about that).
After their long journeys, Chad and Kelleigh reunited in the summer of 1965 (yes, we do realize that this story doesn’t really work in chronological terms
but...that "magic" foam wax that they sell for your car doesn’t work either but they keep selling it
so just keep reading). During their first 7 years together, Chad knew something was wrong but couldn’t quite put his finger on it. Then, in a moment of inspiration in 1999, Chad informed Kelleigh that his shoes were on backwards.
Once Kelleigh had his shoes on the right feet, we accidentally wrote a song. It was all a matter of timing. After all, aren’t all accidents a matter of timing? I mean
if you run a red light and don’t hit anything, it wasn’t an accident. But, if you run that same red light and hit someone, it suddenly becomes an accident. We call it bad timing. You were just going through that intersection at the wrong time.
Back to the story, well we could’ve been talking some useless drivel at any moment, but this time Chad had music playing and a microphone. After we recorded it, we said it was good, and we rested on the 2nd day. We called it "https://www.tradebit.com".
When the song was on the Internet, we noticed that we had done a better job than people who had actually tried. In fact, the song went straight to #33 on the Experimental/Post Rock chart. So, we wrote another, also by accident. We found the same enthusiasm with this song, entitled "MIB - My Inflated Buttox". The third song, "Six Inches Shorter", wasn’t an accident, however, so we ran away. (note: this song eventually hit #1 on the Experimental/Post Rock chart) Chad started rolling but Kelleigh stopped him before he left the state. That boy’s slick!!! (he was rolling much faster this time
I guess we’ll never know where he was going) In all honesty, on November 22, 1999, we were looking for something new and different, very much unlike anything we had ever heard. We feel that we have found it.