45 Rita's Song - The Perfect Day 23:28 The Groundhog's Song - Part 3 - The Lament 26:24 Answer My Call – Methods of Suicide 28:37 I Am A God – The Good Works Montage 32:32 Larry's Song - Look at Me 34:35 You're not mine but I am yours 37:28 The Next Day.
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Fat Day was a Boston-based noisecore band. Formed in Cambridge, MA in 1992, they released a handful of LPs and several EPs on their own 100% Breakfast! label as well as many others. They are most famous for originating the ironic mustache. The four members of Fat Day met in the early 1990s when they were DJs on the Record Hospital, a nightly program of ] and indie rock aired on WHRB in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Label: Devour – devour 13. Format: CD, Compilation. Written-By – Fat Day. Notes. Compilation album of "Burrega" and "My Name Is I Hate You" w/ bonus tracks.
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The album Fat Day IV is a collection of twenty-one pieces of music composed and mailed in by fans, and Iguanadonaland enlists a community orchestra that performs throughout the album. Break up. By 2005 half of Fat Day had moved away from Boston and they eventually disbanded. Guitarist Doug Demay continues to run a home recording studio and record label. Burrega!/My Name Is I Hate You (1998 CD release of first two albums). Snarl of Pulchritude: Singles 1993-2003 (2004).
from the album mnq026. Radio-Activity on KZUM 8. Fat Day- Burrega Theme. Aphex Twin- Curtains.
Fat Day's song "Little Rachcles" is sampled on the 1999 album Planetary Natural Love Gas Webbin' 199999 by DJ Pica Pica Pica, a continuous mix of music compiled by Yamatsuka Eye. The song is incorrectly listed in the liner notes of that CD as "Burrega Theme". Arik Grier, bass guitar and electronics, now plays tuba in the Ethio-groove outfit Debo Band. Doug Demay, guitar and electronics, sang for a Devo cover band, now plays in Exusamwa. Matt Pakulski, vocals and electronics, majored in new music composition in college and originally played bagpipes in Fat.
Enclosed with copies of their last album Burrega was a post card asking listeners to write their own Fat Day song. With most bands you might expect this to be a an aimless joke or an idea that would never come to fruition, but all 21 songs on IV were written by fans who sent in said post card. Some of the song ideas were vague diagrams or a few words; some were detailed compositions with notation for each instrument.
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|A2||Where's Officer Logic?|
Lyrics By – Jim Thompson
|A5||Bill Of Sale|
|A6||Soup To Nuts|
|A7||Yahweh Ben Yahweh|
|A8||Call The Headroom For Me|
|A9||By Dan Dinger|
|B5||That's A Carcano|
Lyrics By – Austin Watts
|B9||If I Were Fat Day
Lyrics By – Andy Hopkins
- Mixed At – Sod Quond Toodio
- Mastered At – Europadisk
- Photography By [Cover] – Helen Hill
- Written-By – Fat Day
NotesIncludes a booklet with lyrics and hand-clapping games for each song. Also an insert with fake band member portraits, and a label catalog insert.
Recorded in the basement in 1997.
Mixed at Sod Quond Toodio.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 100 BR013-A EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 20215 & -S
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 100 BR013-B EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 20215 & -S
Performer: Fat Day
Date of release: 1997
Style: Leftfield, Noise, Punk
Size MP3: 1850 mb
Size FLAC: 1555 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
Other Formats: VOX WAV MP2 AU MOD MP1 AA