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Turn Off That Television

by Pornflakes

Fans of The Beastie Boys, Ween, Dr. Demento, Frank Zappa and comedy rock will appreciate this 1992 debut album from the Baltimore band 'Pornflakes'.
Genre: Rock: Comedy Rock
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1. Coffee
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2. Turn Off That Television
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3. Hit It
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4. Trouble
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5. Ultra Fast T.V.-Chopped Liver
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6. God Damn
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7. Noize Makers
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Fans of The Beastie Boys, Ween, Dr. Demento, Frank Zappa and comedy rock will appreciate this 1992 debut album from the Baltimore band 'Pornflakes'. Reviews: Flipside, Number 84, May/June 1993-Fucking wow! Where did THIS come from? I have been searching high and low for some of the musical fulfillment I have found on this tape! Hilarious lyrics! Blues! Hardcore! Horns! Noise! I can go on! And I would, but I gotta flip the tape and hear "Coffee" again-Thom. Musicians: Bryan "Snackie" Hillman (Vocals, Guitar, Samples, T.V.), Augie Bucheit (Drums, Backing Vocals, Brake Drum), Crash (Guitar), Charleigh Chadwick (Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals), Mark Harp (Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Samples), Leonard Mayfield (Trumpet), Ron Ray (Trumpet). Recorded November 7 & 8, 1992 at The Hat Factory in Baltimore, Maryland. Engineered by Tony French. Produced by Bryan "Snackie" Hillman. Digitally remastered by Bryan "Snackie" Hillman. All songs written and arranged by Bryan "Snackie" Hillman. Copyright 1992, 2011 Lube Records.


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