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Song Foundry 3​-​Pack #004

by Jed Davis

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1.
This is crap A piece of crap I churn it out I dump it out You lap it up You eat it whole 19 dollars for this piece of crap You'll take it Pay for me Make me sexy, buy me groupies High school kids are stupid you can Trick them Use them Look I'm what you wanted all along I love this song How do you do it? You're so angry Just like me You know the pain Middle-class white rage, yeah Mom and dad won't let me out past midnight I'm in Hell Sell to me Say you hate me, give me bootlegs You're official spokesman for my G-G-G-G-Generation Talking with your mouth full - BANG! This is a wonderful time to be a rock n'roller Pray that your connections are as good as mine Watch me put my grocery list to music Watch it sell a million copies And the kids find poetry in every line This is crap A piece of crap I churn it out I dump it out You lap it up Swallow it whole Silly rabbit, you are what you eat Don't touch me I know: I'll get a kickin drum and bass loop I'll make some noises on a keyboard Hey back off buddy, I'm an artist Now I'm on the cutting edge. YEAH!
2.
Happy black steamroller Happy black steamroller Happy black steamroller Crushed by the happy black steamroller
3.
O Death 04:12
O Death Sew up my eyes and steal my breath O Death Do it now Oh, my soul So unremarkable and small Oh, my soul Do it now Oh, exist Oh Lord above, You must exist So You can feel my teeth and fists Here I come Oh I'll be coming soon for You To wring an answer out of You To tear You, broken, from Your throne To grind sweet justice from Your bones And if You truly reign on high You better pray I never die Oh, my soul So unremarkable and small Oh, my soul Do it now O Death Sew up my eyes and steal my breath O Death Do it now

about

2020 wasn’t good for much, but being homebound did allow me to sort through 30 years of old recordings, and unarchive tons of shelved and incomplete material.

And then finish that shit!

I am not really interested in doing “albums” anymore… holding music back until a dozen arbitrarily-linked songs are mixed and mastered and the stars and planets align. But at the same time, “singles” are kind of boring and “EPs” demand some degree of cohesion, and I don’t want to be boxed in like that. So here is what I offer you: THREE-PACKS

Remember those randomly-bagged multipacks of comic books they used to sell in toy and drug stores? You wouldn’t be able to see what was inside until you tore open the plastic, and the comics might be brand new or fifteen years old… it was just whatever happened to be laying around when they bundled it up. There was no thematic connection, no rhyme or reason to the collection, and one bag could even contain books from both Marvel AND DC. I was introduced to so many fun stories that way, and that is how I am going to introduce (or reintroduce) you to all of these songs.

This three-pack includes “Piece Of Crap” (2000), “‘Happy Black Steamroller” (1995) and “O Death” (2014) - all recently completed using a combination of the original recordings and new material. You can read more about each track if you click through to its page.

I’m not promising these three-packs in any regularly-scheduled fashion… and I’m not going to tell you about them in advance. When I feel like one is ready, it will just appear. They may have Skyscape/Hanslick Rebellion/Collider songs on them. All of my records from the past that are not currently available digitally will be represented, as well as material you have never heard, including brand-new stuff. But as far as I’m concerned, all of this music is new to most of the universe - and these are fresh versions of everything anyway, so I hope that in a way it will also be new to you.

Let’s have some fun <3

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released June 15, 2021

© Jed Davis, all rights reserved.
Original cover photo by Denis Costa; used under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license

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Jed Davis Bristol, Connecticut

Song designer; founding member of The Hanslick Rebellion, Skyscape, Collider; oblivious to genre, trends and the passage of time.

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