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whipmachine (by the morning glories)



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a technobilly song dedicated to five extra arms as a gesture of support for his hillbilly coming out. The morning glories are CJ Daley vs Jampack loops. It dates back to early 2005 and I haven't posted them because I wasn't sure bad singing on loops was an attractive concept- it's a bit like lego songs sung a playmobil. Don't bother rating this, but have fun, if you must.
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the whipmachine is a work by some german artist, where a mechanized whip is swung every few seconds. Very impressive. The words are unfit to print, as truth always is.
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tinkle said 4975 days ago (January 9th, 2006)
Fun song indeed...
five_extra_arms said 4974 days ago (January 10th, 2006)
sweet spirits of cats a-fighting
there's nothing more dangerous than a hillbilly coming out. You've
proved to us "mountain peeple" (as we are often called) that the French
use of loops can exemplify the purest form of hillbilly pop-tronica.

Your "bad singing on loops" works better than Al Jorgensen's version of
Dueling Banjos. He plays a lousy Juice Harp and wears a bad wig.

The whipmachine reference put the "yee haw" in the stumphole, if you
know what I mean. Impressive and totally fun for those of us who
must. Thanks for connecting such distant concepts with such
abstraction. Much like a couple of cousins getting married, the battle
beteween CJ and the Jampack was a pleasure to witness.

Thanks for supporting your fellow MacJammers as well.
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