B-Movie, by Third Option
This one has more pieces of the “Cult Of Nice” essay, read by Tamara.
A thing I like about this one is I had all the drums and everything decided, and then we were mix the song and we were like “the snare drum is weak can’t we do something with that?” so I tried running it through a guitar distortion thing, and it totally changed the nature of the snare drum, which totally changed the nature of the whole thing.
I like this one. There’s something so different and badass about it, where it sort of seems like somebody else did it. But then it has this flute sound that really reminds me of the first Third Option Frosted Mini Wheats thingy.
Man. There’s this organ in here and everything. And these little pitz pluck strings. And delayed stuff. And man I used to be so creative!! 🙂
I suppose I still am. Hmmm. Does creativity go away due to becomming cynical?
There’s so much shit in here. Somebody once said it stressed them out. I dunno I guess it’s supposed to in a way. Not that I ever try that stupid thing where you hate something or something is so tedious and the artist goes “you’re SUPPOSED to hate it! that was my goal!” Oh PULEASE you lying sack of arrogant.
My aunt was talking about a movie the other day with us, and she said (paraphrasing) “I guess if the director was trying to get us to feel the feeling of being in the south at that time and being so incredibly bored then they succeeded, but I just got the feeling that he didn’t notice he was making a movie”
*laughs and laughs*
Anyway enjoy being maniacally stressed by B-Movie. I think that’s the right title though. She talks about the monster creeping up through the toaster and I think it sounds sort of B-Movie ish. In fact I think I was in a very loose way emulating the sound/style of a soundtrack that I was engineering on, that the son of the owner of the studio, Steven Romano, was doing.
He was actually doing the soundtrack for Bubba Hotep, which may be a movie you heard of. I was engineering for him. It was very dense stuff. Unfortunately the movie makers went behind his back while he was working on it and paid somebody ELSE 20,000 dollars to do another score, and that’s what they used. I don’t know, maybe he took too long or something. What a rip.
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