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Apr 29, 2008 | 2:40 PM EDT
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2.8 MB
3 min 2 sec
4.10 / 5.00

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Rated 4.10 / 5 stars
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"Stumble" by Weasel-MX (Track #08 from Weasel-MX's album _Cracker Gasoline Party_ / Track #05 from the _Swingin' Muzak_ compilation)

About _Cracker Gasoline Party_:

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

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

"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


About _Swingin' Muzak_:

"The only thing missing on the set of Alice is a dog," laughs Philip McKeon, who plays Tommy Hyatt on the top-rated series. "I'm such an animal lover, I always enjoy having a dog or a cat around." "But even though Alice is a "no pets allowed" set, Philip more than makes up for it when he goes home each night. "I've got a female German shepherd named George. She's gorgeous, about two-and-a-half years old with little ears that flap all over the place when she runs."

Released on cassette June 1993 by cDc communications, digital release January 2007

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



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


I think the reason ths is rated so low (1.28 right now) is because it's really hard to listen to, but the message is clear.

Stupid dogs. dominos, tell me where the hell is your career?