Strange But True 2005

Strange But True: Muzak Jazz for the Modern Amateur Spy

Strange But True is the name of a weird home studio album I made in 2005. It was the third album I did, after GrungeNerd and Isles and Sound. The theme was coping with suburban ordinariness by pretending to be a secret agent. There is a considerable amount of ennui in the lyrics, some faux, some real.

I found an old disk copy of it while I was still in PNG and I realized it was brilliant, and I do say so myself. So I decided to put it all up (except for a few tracks sung be Lee Pfitzner which ended up on the Unbeknownst EP.)

The cover was a picture of my son Cody’s teddy bear, Miffy the Mean Man.

You can download all the tacks here. The ones in bold, I recommend. The others, the versions aren’t great. The distorted vocals on End of All Songs is a shame. No way I can fix that, now.

Getting Smarter

Motorbikin’

My Old Enemy

Threescore and Ten

Perpetual Motion

Droogin’

Western Drainage Scheme

Strange But True

Boris the Moth

End of All Songs

Album Artwork

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