Pig Tail World by pseudonym, released 01 September 1998 1. crashing 2. pig tail world 3. accident prone 4. live wire angel 5. throw some love my way 6. kill me in the rain 7. disappearing 8. half eyes, ice & snow 9. blow up 10. ray gun 11. over my head 12. broccoli blues 13. ice & snow (bonus alternate version) It was during the recording of 'Pig Tail World' that Dr. Rhythm quit the band. He said it was because we were fighting too much and he couldn't take the tension, but we found out later he'd been dipping liberally into the prescription meds . All songs performed and recorded by Pseudonym. Mastered at Prophet Sound, Stoughton, Mass. with Dave Lefkowitz engineer and additional help from John G. and Daren Follweiler.
Pseudonym is pleased to announce that our album Pack of Lies has just been released on CD! Yes, shiny, spinny CD's in real plastic cases. Thanks to the Dr. Dave show at Skycast Indies for supporting Pseudonym and teaching the world a thing or two about obscure indie bands.
This, like my previous album Pabz, is a homemade record. All the sounds were made using things that are commonly found around my home, such as my voice, my guitars, my keyboard and bass, a pair of drumsticks, some pots and pans, a cardboard box, a typewriter, and occasionally a drum machine. What does this album sound like? Well why don't you go to the damn sound samples page and find out?! OK, OK-assuming your mouse just broke or your speakers blew up, and I have to describe it in words, I would start off by saying that it's pop music. Pig Tail World has many types of songs-it goes from fast to slow, loud to quiet. Within the songs you will hear harmonies, counter-rhythms and counter-melodies which, while they are not overdone (I hope) at any given time, lend as a whole to a feeling of richness and variety as you make your way through the album.
Explore releases from the Pseudonym label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Pseudonym releases. Profile: Dutch reissue label founded in 1992 by Hans van Vuuren. The label specialises in deluxe, expanded reissues of classic Dutch albums. Parent Label: Pseudonym Records. Sites: centertainment.
The follow up album "Pig Tail World" (under the now-familiar moniker of Pseudonym) sold multiple copies and saw heavy airplay in both Greece and Vermont. The featured single "Accident Prone" and its groundbreaking video managed to break the collective hearts of YouTube viewers around the world. Building on the momentum of "Pig Tail World", the band quickly put out an EP of outtakes and factory seconds called "Stupid Star".
This is a list of pseudonyms, in various categories. A pseudonym is a name adopted by a person for a particular purpose, which differs from his or her true name. A pseudonym may be used by social activists or politicians for political purposes or by others for religious purposes. It may be a soldier's noms de guerre or an author's nom de plume. It may be a performer's stage name or an alias used by visual artists, athletes, fashion designers, or criminals.
End of the World is a 1968 album by Greek progressive rock band Aphrodite's Child. It features the UK top 30 hit "Rain and Tears". All songs written by Boris Bergman and Vangelis Papathanassiou except as noted. Vangelis - keyboards, piano, organ, clavichord, flutes, vibraphone, occasional vocals. Demis Roussos - vocals, bass, electric and acoustic guitars. Loukas Sideras - drums, percussion, timpanis
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