For those of you (like me) that hadn't come across this one before this is what you do.
1. Go to the Wikipedia random article page en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random . The title of the article is your band name.
2. Go to the very last quote on random quotations www.quotationspage.com/random.php3 . The last four words of the last quote are your album title.
3. Go to Flickr's "interesting photos from the last seven days" page www.flickr.com/explore/interesting/7days / . The third picture on the page is your album cover.
However all the ones I have seen so far have been minus one important feature which I am about to redress now. Let me introduce, something flat to roll your joints on...
The Sleeve Notes
In this his first solo album Haimo explores the idea that "Society is part of the stasis of reality,” His exploration starts with the premise of postcultural desituationism holds that expression is created by communication, but only if consciousness is distinct from reality; if that is not the case, we can assume that government is capable of significance. The main theme of the track one "My Wheelbarrow is depressed" is not discourse, but prediscourse. The plaintive cry of the dialectically destitute can he heard in the line "I am not Ken to your Barbie, Doll Bitch"
On Track 2 "Suck my Tangerine" a predominant concept is the concept of dialectic culture. It could be said that the subject is interpolated into that which includes reality as a totality. The characteristic theme of Haimo's model of the constructivist paradigm of context is a mythopoetical whole. Everybody say "YEAH!"
On Track 3 "Baudrillard is a Dick" and Track 4 "Swamp nuggets" The soaring zithers counterpoised by the Malian Ne'Bobo flange-o-phones juxtapose the concept that narrativity is intrinsically dead. The lyrics suggest the use of textual discourse to attack sexual identity. Haimo uses ‘postdialectic narrative’ in the rousing chorus to denote the economy of material class.
"oh bugger my legs just falled off... b.b.b.b.baby help me please"
On Track 5 "Sartre loved it up the bum" the insightful lyrics lead the listener in the uses of textual discourse to deconstruct sexist perceptions of sexual identity. A number of theories concerning postcultural desituationism exist in the last line of Verse 3 "Vasaline can make it so much easier to get it in"
Tracks 6,7,8,9 and 10 explore the uses of ‘textual and tonal discourse’ to denote the role of the writer as observer and listener as lampost. If the constructivist paradigm of context holds, we have to choose between textual discourse,the subtextual paradigm of reality or a large Pink stuffed toy called "George"In Haimo's own words "It's like good toons maaaaan!",
April 2008 Albert T Knobsworthy
Pretentious Prat at Large