FUN....in a "screw you" kind of way.
Well that's cheering up! I guess!
Haha, nice tune!
I like it!
Shades of the B-52's.
Love the flange & the rollicking, thumpy bass. Has kind of an eighties feel to it ( in a good way ).
Colour me intrigued. I will add Heavy Days to my rotation as my data plan is somewhat restrictive, but I like the first two songs quite a bit.
Anybody ever tell you guys you have excellent penmanship
"...and only Tom Cruise / will survive..."
Godda da funk. Nice
I love this song!
Up and dancing!!! Great sound.
Yeah cool, liking this a lot.
Really cool mix
Good driving music really cool
This is a nice and mellow one. ^_^
Have you got the lyrics posted somewhere? (Just curious 'cause of the title. I like it anyway whether i know what it's about or not.. ;-)
That was a damn cool album.
Now we're TALKING!!!
I'm a sucker for analog synths just being analog synths. Great track!
I'm putting together an outsider music YouTube channel and would like to include this song. There are no strings attached, this is a passion project for me, I just want to play your tune. You can see the trailer for the channel here: https://youtu.be/UBjjM8sFPhU. If it's okay for me to play your song, go to http://www.outsidejam.com and submit it.
This makes me want to join a death cult just to get into their glee club.
Love the beat.
A little different angle than Champion Jack Dupree's take on seafood, but I'll always take blues, beer, and shrimp! Sounded like fun to perform and record.
Are you in Minneapolis?
This song makes my inner demons want to get up and dance.
Did you play or sequence the piano on this? Beautiful piece of music. Saturnalia... we have the lyrics up here http://www.sha-pink.com/music/artparty/sng10_Saturnalia.html. Thanks!
I love 70s AM radio! Digging it.
Nice guitar work!
I don't know what you were going for with this, but you hit on the head!
Cool band name, that whole story fascinates me.
I really like your version although I'm not sure why. Ashen lady, take of your blouse, show them t... well you get the idea.
Smacks of a little FSOL.
I'm a sucker for that analog boop - beep beep boop.
I don't know what you typically listen too, but the Flaming Lips album "The Terror" was written by Wayne Coyne after his significant other of twenty-five years left him. Amazing the good that the bad can drag out of artists.
It sounds like the mouse got jammed in the copier, and that's why I like it.
Sounds a bit like Genesis P Orridge ... sometimes.
Was that a real fart or a sampled fart?
Reminiscent of the Shaggs!