80 tracks by Sha-Pink

Celebrating the enlightened mind and life of Tom Cruise.
This is how the world ends.
The opposite of night panthers.
Like the title says, it's a secret.
Be careful when you go out of the house.
Music makes it better.
Okay, maybe we were always a little electric.
Look dad, I'm a KITE!
Your life amounts to just a bunch of memories, and then not even that.
Sorry we missed you.
The opposite of day panthers.
Dance! Dance NOW!
The only way out is up.
Written and recorded for Stacy's on Melrose's live streaming benefit for United for Pulse on July 23rd, 2016. This song is dedicated to anyone who puts themselves in harm's way to help others. Learn more about the event at http://www.stacysatmelrose…
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Sja-Pink's self help advice about how to make a little extra cash.
And we're out.
Just like mama always said, watch out for strangers.
Hypnorotic
Love is an illusion, especially when you love a hologram.
You have a decision to make.
Say What? Stand Back!
He's no hodad daddy-o.
You know when it's time to leave.
Thank you Edison, thank you electricity!
We're watching you.
Best listened to in your car. Loud. Fast.
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Because when Sha-Pink lists it's influences, it lists itself.
This is a dance anthem for maniacal robots. Just do what the robot says and everything will work out just fine.
The Original version of this song appears on our 1986 album "Art Thieves". We decided to re-envision it for our 2013 RPM Challenge album. The new version includes a chorus and a musical break provided by the band "Letter 17".
One of our more complex songs, this one is about an Incubus who has fallen in love with it's victim, is returned to Hell, and then escapes from Hell to be with his love. I know, a bit heady for a Sha-Pink song, but the beats are great.
You ever see one of those busses that are very long and have the bendy part in the middle? This is one of those... only in musical format.
Beginning life as a Kalimba/Monotribe jam, the original groove is joined by drum machine, acoustic guitar, bass, layered hand percussion, and layered vocals. We thing it has a great summer feel.
Sometimes the techno just has to come out. Inspired by trance, this rave anthem is all get up and dance, with a particular nod to Kraftwerk with it's travelesque lyrics and bit-crunched chorus.
Why are all the good drinking songs about poor people? The One-Percenters deserve a drinking song too. Now they have one. Pour yourself a scotch on the rocks and sing along!
We know the title is a little misleading, but this song is not about fat girls. It's just about girls.
This song is about pounding a girl so hard she has to see the doctor. Enough said.
This song is about a relationship that has deteriorated to such an extent that the only thing left if red hot sex. That happens doesn't it?
We noticed a trend in the tech blogs: American scientists are constantly developing scary robot technology for warfare and Japanese scientists are just trying to create robots they can make out with. The true measure of a society is the robots…
Have you ever seen a stranger in a crowd and then instantly fallen in love with them only to have them disappear forever a moment later? Sure you have.
This song is inspired by the 1974 science fiction blockbuster "Zardoz" staring Sean Connery. The movie so profoundly effected our lives that we felt compelled to pay tribute.
This song was written at a time when Darrin and Jim lived in different states. This was Sha-Pink's first Internet song.
Recorded in the early eighties, this is one of Sha-Pink's very first tracks.
Dedicated to all of the Dracula Girls who have passed through our lives - with love. And more love because this is the extended version!
This mix is so far from the original I don't even recognize it. A shooting occurred right outside while we recorded it. It's long, but I like it.
If you're from San Diego, you may know this one. It was an underground club hit there in the late 90s.
We originally wrote this song on a cheap home style kind of a Yamaha keyboard and a pair of Cobra walkie talkies. This studio version is much better. We kept the bleeps from the walkie talkies.
The Floyd Tremolo was busted on my Jackson guitar, but we recorded anyway. Why not?
Recorded during a strange phase of the band. We discovered that touch tone phones were wonderful musical instruments.
Dedicated to all of the Dracula Girls who have passed through our lives - with love.