DECEASED RECORDS proudly resents...
"DROP ANOTHER COIN" CD
THE UBANGIS IN 1997 WERE :
Brian D. Horrorwitz- vocals and drums
"Saucy" Randy Manos "The Hands Of Death"- guitar
Eric "U.M.F." Tavela- bass guitar
********ABOUT THE 8-TRACK:********
(written by Dr. Horatio Penis in 1998 at the time of the "Drop Another Coin" CD release)
Sorry, cd. The Ubangis claim they spent hours writing, rehearsing and recording each song. Hmmmm... Sounds a bit fishy to me. I will admit that regardless of how much time they actually DID put in on this future beer coaster, it certainly does put most other contemporary "rock" cd's to shame. A hybrid of all that makes rock what it should be. The twangy reverb-drenched guitar of Saucy Randy, U.M.F.'s grungy thumpin' bass, and the primal poundin' & moanin' of drummer / singer Brian Horrorwitz. With nary a socially redeeming value, this music is designed to appeal to the primitive most animalistic core of the brain. Horrorwitz proclaims: "Our music is about sex in one way or another. Even our instrumentals are designed to appeal to that pelvis swingin' muscle that's easily provoked by a contagious beat. I recall the great apes, whose basic life consists of eating, sleeping, and fornicating. Now look at us so-called "evolved" species, are we really that much different? And "rock-n- roll"is, after all, a slang expression from days-gone-by that literally means "sexual intercourse" or, more specifically, "f*cking". A coincidence? I think not." B.s. philosophizing aside, "Drop Another Coin" really does pack a wallop. Shocking to the uninitiated, pleasing to "the little girls" that "understand". I thank you. --- Dr. Penis
1. Intro (2:12)-"The
Ubangis in the house!" We don't do drugs, honest. A montage. Or a collage.
This could be your basement. Or your daughter. "Hell, yeah!" Be afraid.
Be VERY afraid.
*THESE 2 TRACKS WERE USED BY JESS FRANCO IN HIS EPIC SEXY HORROR FILM "LUST FOR FRANKENSTEIN"!
Beware Of Dog studios in Silver Spring, Maryland
Mixed by: Brian D. Horrorwitz & Carl Merson
Produced by: The Ubangis.
"THE UBANGIS UNCOVERED" - A MESSAGE FROM THE BAND:
UBANGIS circa 1996
'Just a few short months ago we were just another
unknown group of 3 singer musicians working in small clubs...and at small
wages too!! Then our manager discovered us and put months of hard work into
teaching us the art of recording (and believe us...it is an art). At least
10 hours of work was put into each tune on this cd. A dozen other tunes were
started and junked!! Our manager is perfection and installed in us the confidence
we needed to become a top group. As for our nicknames and costume bones &
loincloths...well we decided that we wanted to be different and this was a
good way of doing it!! Also each of us were employed at jobs and we were all
afraid that our bosses wouldn't like the idea of employing rock and roll singers
as... 1. A credit manager 2. Commodity buyer 3. Engineer. So the names & costumes
were not to hide us from the public... but our guvernors (sic). When we were
ready to "uncover", the agents, bookers, record company and other sundry employers
screamed no!!! We would really love to be "uncovered". Can you please help
---Saucy, Brian & U.M.F., THE UBANGIS
ENOUGH OF THIS!!
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