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Martins Bizarre World of Sound

by Martins Bizarre World of Sound

Slightly mad instrumental guitar rock with b-movie elements.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. The Optimistic Happyness Song
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2. Crash (Bomb In Position)
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4:08 $1.29
3. July 8th, 1947
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3:52 $1.29
4. Call of the Crystal Skull
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2:36 $1.29
5. B-world
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4:02 $1.29
6. Skinny Hag
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4:26 $1.29
7. The Pirates Jig
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8. The Devil Plays Sundays
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Album Notes
"The optimistic happyness song": An instrumental song about make-up sex.

"Crash (bomb in position)" is me escaping from the cops (who are trying to blow me up) using only the power of my whammy bar.

"July 8th, 1947" is a song about an alien crash landing in roswell... and about as close as I can get to a theremin sound

"Call of the Crystal Skull": Dunno really what thats about, but it has something to do with radio messages from overly religious aliens.

"B-World": Martins bizarre world of sound play at a snooty american party.

"Skinny Hag" is a rock based spaghetti western homage to the prostitutes of the old west. Not the real ones, the fake ones you see in the movies.

"The Pirates Jig": Heavy metal pirate party.

"The Devil plays Sundays" is a shred fight against the Devil himself. He's after my soul, except I sold it already.



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