Jonny Manak | Songs for Uranus

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Songs for Uranus

by Jonny Manak

In your face punk/surf from the San Francisco bay area. 5 tracks sure to set off any party. These songs were written for tv shows/films produced by DICKHOUSE Productions (the makers of Jackass). Heaviliy influenced by old school punk.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Big Girls
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2. Attack
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1:54 $0.99
3. Dead Man Surf
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2:00 $0.99
4. That's Gonna Leave a Mark
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1:16 $0.99
5. Party
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I was approached by the fine folks at Dickhouse Productions (the makers of Jackass among many other fine tv shows/films) to ghostwrite 5 songs that they could use whenever they wanted to in their tv shows and films. Their music division is called Uranus Music so naturally I named this EP Songs for Uranus. I felt it was fitting. Anyhow, this may explain why some songs have little to no lyrics for editing to film/tv. This was a very fun for me to do as I love to play drums and bass, yet rarely get to these days. I locked myself in my studio with a cassette 4 track and started writing and tracking all the parts. They'd tell me what kind of song and who it should sound like and I got to work. Once all 5 cassette 4 track demos were approved, I went into the recording studio with my childhood friend John Blatchford behind the boards at his studio Felony College of the Streets in San Jose California in January of 2012. Here is the product of those sessions.


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