I wrote this song on a Yamaha QY-70. For some reason it became popular for a short time. 🙂 Absurd.
Original Posting on Youtube [WARNING EXTREMELY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING PHOTOS OF BAD TEEF]:
On another note, I would like to take the opportunity to mention Sad, Satyr, Sadist. It was my attempt to make a no-wave album. I was flirting with DNA, Suicide and early Sonic Youth. It’s a weirdo art-school record. So be it. I feel like everyone else was rapping or doing pop music which is a bratty thing to say, but…. this is a recording about restraint and false hopes.
No wave, minimalist voodoo. Inverted death wish soundtrack vibe.
(4.) Gay Porn and Government Money
(5.) White People Music a.k.a. Drunk Drag Queen Karaoke/ Why People Music / One People Music
This was a failure. Haha. I hear what it could have been but I think it falls short of the transcendent vibe I hoped for. The mix is an homage to a rough mix that Bowie did for Raw Power from Iggy Pop and the Stooges. I always liked that that record is louder that anything else; when you put it on it forces you to either turn the volume down or adjust. It’s poetic. A very masculine record.
(7.) Forever Girl Theme
A Yamaha QY-70 tune. I wanted a friend, Ayaka Nakamura to be in a movie and wrote this theme song as a love note with her in mind. She was a fun accomplice on a couple of very Japanese adventures. I think this track ends a bleak album on a somewhat uplifting note.