Life In A Blender | Two Legs Bad

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Two Legs Bad

by Life In A Blender

strange, sad, and at times funny songs about chickens and teens featuring horns, cello, and violin.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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1. Chicken Dance
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2. Not Your Problem
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3. Asshole from Menlo Park
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4. Easy Eggs
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5. Hard to Swallow
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6. Headlights
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7. Buzzing
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8. Tiny Ankles
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9. Teens
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10. Power Mower
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11. A Man and a Woman
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12. Big Hat
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13. Grand Union
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14. Motherlode
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Album Notes
Like the Cyclone, Life In A Blender is a long-time Brooklyn institution that has been exhilarating and possibly nauseating audiences for years. Blender's tunes leave you dancing in your seats and very often laughing thanks mainly to Don Ralph's quirky stage presence--he belts out his off-kilter musings while dancing Sprockets-style or flashing his "bag of doorknobs"--aka beergut. The stellar band includes Don's friend from junior high, Dave Moody, on cello; Mark Lerner (leader of the renowned country/dub band Rosine) on bass; Rebecca Weiner (she played with Patti Smith) on violin; Al Houghton (producer of They Might Be Giants) on guitar; Ken Meyer (author of The Solid-Time Tool Kit) on drums; and Mel Melon (a John Donne expert) on horns.

Blender was chosen as a 2003 Emerging Artist finalist in Washington State. Watch us as we now emerge.


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Daniel O'Meara

Great fun!
This is a highly unique and enjoyable recording or quirky songs. The band sounds sorta like a combination of They Might Be Giants and Cake and fans of those two bands will almost definitely enjoy Two Legs Bad. The songs bounce to different styles quite frequently, always naturally and entertainingly. In particular, Chicken Dance is a great track with about three different songs hidden within, all of them superb. I highly recommend this album.