This Is Stunt Rock, Vol. 3
16 BRANI • 40 MINUTI • JUN 15 2005
Intro: I Still Say That Regret Instruction Manual Issue Two Was My Best Album and I Wish It Wasn't So Overlooked.
And If I Had No Real Job and No Mortgage Payment, Maybe I Could Also Sit Around Making Music All Day and Have a Release Every Other Month.
I've Really Lost It Because This Shit Is Starting to Sound Like a Washed-Up, Half-Assed Fatboy Slim Ripoff With a Twelve Year Old's Sense of Humor.
An Open Letter to Underground Music, Those Who Review It and Those Who Use It As a Symbol of Their Individuality.
I Will Make Up for a Lifetime of Fucking Chicks Poorly by Having the Mosty Diverse CD Collection in the World.
Pointing Out Your Elitist Superiority Complex Through Your Track Titles.
To Clarify, the Only Thing I Gained from This Relationship Was 15 Lbs.
Legacy of Stretch Marks, The.
First Chance I Get I Am Licensing This Track to a Car Commercial or Video Game, So Fuck You and Your No Sell Out, Anti-Establishment Posturing, or Some Such in Your Face Remark of That Sort.
Making Songs About Drinking Is Something Very Original and I Think It Will Expand My Musical Horizons Since I Have Never Made One Before.
A Funny Sample and Bad Guitar Loop Do Not a Song Make.
Dear ________, Thank You for Attempting to Never Talk to Me Again.
Someday You Are Going to Have a Party, and I Will Make a Point to Come Poop All Over It So You Can Know How It Feels.
Please Don't Stand Behind Me and Make Those Stupid Noises With Your Mouth That You Seem to Think Indicate to Me That You Are Thinking.
Soundtrack for Nonexistent/Imaginary Midwest Underground Hardcore Electronic Scene
Outro: Close Enough Only Counts in Horseshoes and My Music, and Could I Get Anymore Self Righteous?