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by Zelda and the Unibrows

Classical and avant-garde-influenced cartoon electronica, featuring piano solos, sound collage, 12-tone music, polkas, waltzes, and a tango.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Swamp
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2. I Like Food
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4:52 album only
3. Rrrr!
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1:56 album only
4. Spootenflavenhousen
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5. Or The Whale
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1:12 album only
6. Fixing the Ring
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2:15 album only
7. Janina Goes to Church
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8. Dance at the Fraser Senior Center
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9. Sleepless
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10. The Unregistered Tango
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11. Poop
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12. Longing
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13. Guff
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14. The Enf
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15. I Like Food (Original Version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This filmless film music was written and recorded in the summer of 1997 in Paul's basement. It's most often compared to video game music, and we're flattered. Composed mostly of short, instrumental tracks varying in style, the disc visits 20th century classical music and brings along humor and some vegan cookies.

For instant gratification, this CD includes the song "I Like Food". The title pretty much speaks for itself.

For delayed gratification, this CD also contains subtle, secret conceptual-continuity clues which will reveal themselves to the listener upon hearing other releases. Maybe.

"Expressive keyboard work, complex soundscapes and sharp production." - Current

"A triumph of dubious merits!" - Roctober

"Music this good could only come from Satan's jukebox!" - Jam Rag

"This is a murky backwater from a cryptic and debased spring." - Cool & Strange Music Magazine

"It's stubbornly delicious!" - Splendid ezine

Disc also includes the short films (.avi format): "Let Me Eat Your Children" and "An Interview With Zelda"

Also check out our new found sound and science-fiction CD "Greens"!


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Mesu Kasumai

An album with a range not to be challenged
This album, unlike alot of music released now, is plain and simple "different". If this album was a movie theater enthusiest, it would seat itself at the back of the theater... quiet at times and obnoxiously loud at others. its not the type of movie patron that has a favorite type of film, nor is it the kind that would even think to get up in the middle of a movie. In fact, it is probobly the type that would sit there and watch the movie throughout its entire screening, over and over again.. focusing on what it owuld sound and look like in the different environments that it wa splayed in. To be honest im a horrible music critic, but what i can tell you is this album is strange, and beautiful. i hope you enjoy it as much as i do.