About his contribution to music, McLaren has said about himself: "I have been called many things: a charlatan, a con man, or, most flatteringly, the culprit responsible for turning British popular culture into nothing more than a cheap marketing gimmick."
released 22 April 2010
WHATEVER ANYONE ELSE SAYS
............. >_< .............
HORACE GENGLE MONTGOMERY
director, producer, pusher, purrs
ginger beer, cloudy lemonade, red wine, cider, tin
chokes, coughs, retches, spits
STARING FLAK MC
rants, beercan sax, grinder
GRIEF BITMAP DESIGNER
emulators, director's commentary, hype man, grind
flesh horn, box-beating, screams, household percussion, tar
WEARY INDIE HANNAH
tromboning balloon monologues / death warmed up
DJ BOBO CONTON
rap hero discomfort, ASAP
grunts, hiss, sense of dwindling self worth
the only person who sent us a rant in our failed competition
FRANKENSTEIN'S MONSTER TRUCK
microkorg, NES plugins, painfully glaring lack of confidence
cinema organ cassette, dictaphone samples
MISCELLANEOUS FLAKES & LOTUS EATERS
drum machines & broken dreams
FITZROY JAMES VALENTINE
can fuck off
thank you to Mark Cookling for his Sinatra based suggestion.
track 2 is mostly an ill-advised cover of '5 million ways to kill a CEO' from the album PARTY MUSIC by THE COUP.
Despite logical evidence to the contrary, we actually released this album on April 22nd, the day of Malcolm McLaren's funeral, where we played it outside from various mobile phones & woolworths ghettoblasters until Dot from Eastenders told us to go away.
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