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A cover of Lou Reed's Waves Of Fear, with a coda of Beginning To See The Light by the Velvet Underground.
A song from my new acoustic band Love Monkee, from our set at the His Lai Buddhist Temple last month. Special thanks to drlith, who translated the chorus for me in this AskMe. Video of the last half of the set.
A little music for the holiday. Recorded last New Year's Eve.
Probably the hardest song off the latest Red On Strike album, the Siren calls the nation to rock! Previously.
I really have no explanation for what I was thinking on this.
59 seconds of punk written by Riot Dog's 20 year old drummer Levi, on a subject that should be readily apparent.
A Ramones cover from the latest Red On Strike album. For comparison, here's our previous attempt at recording this song, and a video of us doing it live a couple weeks ago.
Another Riot Dog song, written by our bass player Steve about 300 clowns who got together in Mexico City to laugh for peace.
Some beach music off the new album from my punk band Riot Dog. Oi! Oi! Oi!
I wrote this song about our singer's latest attempt to make things work with her long time boyfriend. Ironically, by the time we got it recorded they had split up again. It is off our new album, which is available for name-your-price download at bandcamp.
Ever get up in the morning, only to learn what happened last night? From our new album Her Own Little World.
This song was inspired by our singer's video chats with her long distance beau. It is on the new Red On Strike album Her Own Little World, now available for download on Bandcamp.
A song about lust mistaken for love, from the upcoming Red On Strike release Her Own Little World
A song from the upcoming Red On Strike release Her Own Little World.
A song about the Gulf oil spill, from my band Red On Strike.
A Ramones cover, from their last album Adios Amigos.
The second song from our first self-recording session. This one rides on a solid bassline, and has a big chorus and a powerful ending.
The band has decided to dive into recording ourselves instead of going to a studio, and this is the first result of that effort. I'd appreciate any suggestions you have on making it better.
A punk rock song by my new band Riot Dog, in support of the 99 Percent throughout the nation - the employed and the unemployed, those taking to the streets and those just struggling to get by day to day. Video here.
A low fi version of the Stiff Little Fingers song that somehow feels appropriate for this New Year.
A cover of the Clash song, recorded live last Saturday night in Pomona, CA.
Another song from last week's live show - not sure how I got so lost there at the end, but otherwise it's a good version. Previously.
Another song from Saturday's set at Characters in Pomona. This is a new song about the Gulf spill- it's only the second time we've done it live, and it still a little rough in the middle part. Demo version.
The end of our set Saturday night, recorded from the crowd on my TASCAM DR-07. We opened up for East Bay Ray's new band The Killer Smiles, the band was pretty excited about it, and I think the energy really comes through.
A cover of the Misfits song, slowed way down and given a sort of old sci fi movie feel. Featuring extra creepy vocals by the incredible snsranch-- all shall fall to the power of his burning hand!
As the lady says, this is a cover of a John Lennon tune recorded live last Friday night in Pomona.
I hate this damn spill in the Gulf, and it's obvious they were cutting corners to save a buck. They had to know that would eventually go wrong.
An upbeat song about having one more drink before calling it a night, with a sound a little different than the standard Red On Strike fare. RPM 2008 solo version.
The first song I ever wrote, trying to capture my feelings following the breakup of my first serious relationship. Song 7 of 8 from the recent Red On Strike studio session.
One last shot / Give it all you got Take a chance babe, I’m taking mine
I wrote this song to try and get into the head of a friend who is rarely faithful. RPM Challenge version.
Some very unserious punk rock from Red On Strike. Garage version.
A cover of the Kinks song
Kind of a change for Red On Strike, heavy on the bass/drum groove. I wrote this song for RPM 2007, and I really like the way we adapted it for the band.
A song about drinking and its consequences-- first of eight songs recorded by my band Red On Strike last weekend. Previous version here.
Quite a few tomorrows later, my August challenge entry.
Acoustic guitar song about the consequences of too much alcohol.
The final mix of this raw track.
This is a re-recording of the first song I ever posted to MeFi Music, a catchy little tune written by our bass player Steve.
This is one of the first songs I wrote about 4 years ago. An earlier recording is posted here.
And the rock and roll continues...
Did someone request a kick in the ass?
Looking back, there's a lot of stuff I've done over the last few years that never got posted here. So I am going to remedy that, starting with our track from the MeFi Music comp.
An RPM Challenge song from last year, about breaking up with someone special, but not quite the one.
A cover of the Neil Young tune.
Well, we tried.
A song about what happens when the right set of eyes meets yours. This is from my new band, and was taped in Steve's garage on Saturday.
A upbeat, country-ish number about a guy who'd like his girl to finish up that last drink so we can hit the road already...
I came up with a weird little guitar line with a droning D string and put it over a steady tom beat punctuated with the occasional triangle. Figured it would be one of my RPM songs that didn't get used by my band, but the singer and bass player both love it. Anybody got and ideas on how to do this one with a group?
I wrote this one at the last minute because I needed one more song for my RPM 2008 entry, but it has turned out to be one of my favorites.
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