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I once went to a birthday where many people were present, and many of them were drinking a fair bit. One of them decided to make a pipe to smoke weed out of using a knife, wooden skewer, and a carrot. It worked. I wrote words about it, and then this came into its glorious existence about three years afterwards.

Please mind, like the other songs on my profile, this is a rough, half-mixed, half-finished recording that we ditched after rewriting all these songs, which were originally intended for our first EP. This one now features some little horn bits in between lines of the verse, more co-ordinated horns, and is a little more streamlined so it drags on a bit less.

Please enjoy!

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Great song, you're doing it well. Sounds like you have talent

Clastodon responds:

Cheers man, we're just finishing up our second EP now, it's gonna be out August 30th, so I'll be uploading one or two tracks from it up here in the first week of September!

EDIT: Actually I just realised this is the OLD version of this song. We have an improved version on our first EP after we added a second trombone and a sax to our members and actually practiced the songs beforehand :P

I loved it, i can use it for animating.

good one

Sounds a bit like old school Goldfinger. I think you should work on your vocal presence a little bit. It wasn't bad, but you sound like you lack confidence, and it's keeping you from being a GREAT vocalist. Overall, I really liked this, it was very upbeat and catchy, with a funny story to go with it. Good work dude.

Clastodon responds:

Thanks for the review! It's actually our drummer Ashley singing in this song, and he's improved a lot since January, when we recorded this. I've actually said the same thing to him before :P

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Nov 8, 2012
2:28 PM EST
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7.4 MB
3 min 13 sec

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