Fanny Alger Announces Third Album
BURLINGTON, WA -- 12/14/2005 '" Fanny Alger, the world’s first and foremost For-Profit Salvation Company (a subsidiary of Great Big Huge Company), has announced the debut of its third Gospel-Porno-Punk-Southern-Fried-Lava-Rock album, titled Lake Sixteen.
Lake Sixteen is a 14-song collection of zany sound sculptures, pressing heavily on the topic of fishing with such originals as Steelhead and Honey Hole. Other social issues addressed on Lake Sixteen include: patronizing Wal-Mart (Big Store), joining cults (Cool Aid), running a company and calling the shots (I’ll Be the Boss), and keeping the peace (Don’t Get Mad at Me). Still, more songs celebrate things dearest to the band, as in A-Town, The Brown Lantern and Vodka, to name a few.
Fanny Alger maintains a Skagit County studio.
For more info: www.fannyalger.com.
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