George Hrab | [sic]

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by George Hrab

Zappa-esque Weirdness with a soupçon of Funky Nerdy Math-Rock,
Genre: Rock: Math Rock
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1. Look at His Pants
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2. Age of the Fern
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3. Vaux Hall Straw
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4. Roman
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5. So What
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6. (Preterpluparenthetical) Polka
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7. Whyda Shoes (The Vulgar Boatmen)
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8. Enzi Savant Ian
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9. Incompetent
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10. [sic]
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11. Monkey in the Middle
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Album Notes
Ahhhh.. the excitement of being in a REAL studio making a REAL record- for the first time. Garsh, has it been TEN YEARS? I first released [sic] in 1996. This is where all this silliness began. Fans have been clamoring for this record, ever since it became “unavailable” due to “legal” issues because of a certain “person”. Feh. We fixed it so it’s all nice and kosher, and now you can marvel at a younger, greener version of me doing my darndest to sound like a real band, all the while thrashing away at these silly tunes.

Unlike many things from my past, I am wholeheartedly proud of this record. No cringe moments here… my hair might have looked stupid, but I think the tunes stand up. Enjoy.


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Marvin Long

First album, but...
...don't just think of it as a first album. Think of it as the first strata, the reptilian hind-brain of...the future.


Fun first effort
I wish everybody's first album sounded this good. Lots of wierd, fun stuff here. If you're familiar with the later works, but want to study up on the oeuvre of Mr. George Hrab, then beginning at the beginning is the best place to start.