Colin Timothy Gagnon (sacredspud) wrote,
Colin Timothy Gagnon

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MP3s -- get 'em while they suck!

You know, I hate our society's obsession with casual litigation, but I must confess to being rather pleased this afternoon when I found the $13.86 check in the mail from a class-action suit I'd forgotten about. I'm still trying to figure out an angle for my own lawsuit -- the TV told me to vote and exercise, but it also told me to eat Big Macs and watch Adam Sandler movies. How am I supposed to know when to trust the TV? Unfortunately, I have to narrow this down to a single culprit -- the anti-trust thing isn't gonna work (I checked).

Anyway, somebody across the street is getting busted for something -- flashing lights and evvathang. What fun. Wonder what's goin' on.

While I'm linking to MP3s for no apparent reason, I found some rather embarrassing stuff from my past on some CD backups I'd made awhile ago... Here's a song that no one will ever hear in its entirety, and here's most of the staff of Us (Not Them) Productions singing along to the Sing It! version of The Time Warp at approximately 3:30 AM on Tuesday, December first, 1998. If you pooled the talent of everyone in the room that night, you still wouldn't have had a Backstreet Boy. Incidentally, everyone who was doing lights for Decadence at the time is represented here, [reworded from "the entire Decadence lighting crew is represented here" because somebody's an anal-retentive whiner.] along with one or two others who have not given me their consent to put this recording online. Oh, well.

I've also found many, many MP3s from the never-finished Us: Unintelligible album, and the finished-but-rejected-by-everybody-we-sent-it-to Stoughton Balloon Ensemble album.

Not that anybody knows or cares about these things.
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