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2 min 20 sec
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"Trader Bob" by Weasel-MX (Track #08 from Weasel-MX's album _Cracker Gasoline Party_)

About _Cracker Gasoline Party_:

Info:
Recorded 1978-1994 at Scary Bug Laboratory, Lubbock, TX
Analog-to-digital transfer February 2006 @ S&M Soundworks, Houston, TX

Released on cassette June 1994 by cDc communications, digital release March 2006

Personnel:
Bill Brown (vocals), Chris Bullock (vocals), Jimmy Eager
(guitar), Mike Forsythe (guitar), Dave Shafer (bass), G. Ratte' (vocals,
production), and John Whittington (guitar)

Reviews:
"WMX playz some POWER hip-hop." - Improvijazzation Nation, issue #17, Summer 1995

"Heavy rap-funk from the asshole of Texas (I know; I spent way too much time
there a while back)." - Aiding & Abetting, issue #71, 2/28/95

"try to imagine the Sex Pistols and ZZ Top together at last with a kitchen sink conglomeration of polka, disco, hee haw and more" - The DIY List, Issue #12, March 25, 1995

[cDc communications is a netlabel. We have the rights to distribute this song under the CC-BY-NC-SA license.]

Reviews


JonH2OJonH2O

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lolololol

zzzzzzzzzAll this talk of Bob.

J.R. Bob Dobbs!


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CrunchyOrphanCrunchyOrphan

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

o.O

can I smoke some of that crack you are smoking?

hm...I like the guitar a bit at least. The quality is a bit grainy though. It's hard for me to appreciate this genre, but one thing I did really like in this was the rob zombie - ish guitar in the background. Trying hard to be nice about it, but I would work on the vocals a bit. And the quality...it's really hard to make out the words. But remember, keep making more stuff, you will get better!


cultdeadcow responds:

As can be seen in the description, this is from a cassette that we put out in 1994, hence the graininess.

Thanks for the review.