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Cassette | Mixed Genre
Cassette | Mixed Genre
Cassette | Experimental

Like A Boot On Ray Bradbury's Butterfly

Artist Song Buy
Aon  Quiet Joys  buy on itunes
Boymerang  A.C.I.D.  buy on itunes
Dr. Pris & Dr. Rachel  Coco Tapioca, The Huge Dancer  buy on itunes
Spike Jones & His City Slickers  The Jones Laughing Record  buy on itunes
Dave Matthews Band  Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago (live)  buy on itunes
Fat Boys  All You Can Eat  buy on itunes
Ebn-Ozn  A-E-I-O-U And Sometimes Y  buy on itunes
Ali Farka Toure  I Go Ka  buy on itunes
Eminem  Stan  buy on itunes
Lush  Tinkerbell  buy on itunes
Run-DMC  Peter Piper  buy on itunes
Steadman  Me Godzilla You Japan  buy on itunes
The Termites  Have Mercy, Mister Percy  buy on itunes
Think Tree  Hire A Bird  buy on itunes
U.N.K.L.E.  Berry Meditation  buy on itunes
Will Smith  Gettin' Jiggy With It  buy on itunes
Young-Holt Unlimted  Soulful Strut  buy on itunes
Crazy Joe & The Variable Speed Band  Eugene  buy on itunes
Lulu  To Sir With Love  buy on itunes
Wagon Christ  Workout  buy on itunes


Since I don't have the impetus or financial backing to actually acquire the technology needed to rip and burn CDs at home, I'm taking advantage of valuable company time and resources by making them at work. All these tracks were bootlegged off of MP3s, and I'm still not sure how I feel about that. On the one hand, it's nice being able to commit these tunes to a fairly permanent format without having to pay ten or twenty times as much for every actual album or single or import they appeared on originally. But the upshot is...well...there is no upshot. It's all good. Viva la technologie! The title is a bit of a hodge-podge, and maybe a little simple, but there's still a shiny silver sioux in store for anyone who guesses correctly!


Date: 4/14/2001
I actually don't want to pretend to come even remotely close to a neighborhood venture as to the whys and wherefores of the origin(s) re: your project's nomenclature...
Drew D.
Date: 5/17/2003
Well, I believe it's from "A Sound of Thunder" by Ray Bradbury, where a smashed Mesozoic butterfly alters the course of the future.

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