Inept | Inept Is Cool

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Inept Is Cool

by Inept

Original tunes in an unschooled style for laughs both intentional and unintentional.
Genre: Rock: Noise
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1. Nothing Doing (w/artist's Statement)
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2. Don't Wanna Dance W/you
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3. Animal Drives
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4. Inst. Interlude
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5. Sum Total
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6. Pink Underpants
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7. The Phone Call
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8. Gertrude
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9. Barring the Unforeseen
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10. I Need You, Baby
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11. Mm-hm
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12. Position-composition
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13. Hit Me in the Stomach
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14. Nothing Doing (reprise)
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15. No Foreskin
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16. White Guy On Percussion
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17. Football Players
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18. The Baby
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is Inept's first effort. Released early 1996.


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Peter Wells

Modern day poets comically review virtually all social ideosyncracies and supers
The poetry work of Dan Neilson combined with the off the wall presence of Mark Giese make for more than just an ordinary run of the mill college boys playing with the cassette recorder after smoking pot in the dorm rooms. At first listen you’d almost think so. But then, the refined subject matter you’re hearing isn’t coming from someone INEXPERIENCED in life. When you realize that, your adventure into the tone poem world begins.

It’s a blend of musical herbs and comedic spices sprinkled generously over the tonal and semi tonal meats while it slowly bakes in the hum, hiss, pops and INEPT-ness of the recorded sound (this was obviously ripped from tape).
It is exactly that hiss and pop and mylar dropping out here and there that give this work its charm.

It took a lot of pot and social inequity being shoved down your throat all your young adult life to get to this stage of artist-hood.

Also check out “We’re Less Popular Than Jesus Now” by these same guys. I give this tonal essay an easy 4 big stars.