Alright man, seanDEMOnium
fuckin' rocks! You have the most unbelievable talent; I can't even describe it! I
admire you for your writing ability and your total honesty. I get sick of reading the
posts from people who don't like your "crude and immature" attitude. I say FUCK'
EM! I've played seanDEMOnium for a lot of people here in
Lincoln, Nebraska, and people LOVE it! We're anxious to hear the new one.
Good luck, and keep up the good work!
Keep the faith, dude, and soon my ubiquitous detractors will be scorched
crispy by the blinding light of my success. Fuck' em, indeed... hard
and without lube. Nebraska sounds like a very cool place and, given the
beef trade, it's probably not riddled with pussy vegetarians either.
Strengthened by the support of you and other like-minded warriors for
lyrical truth swaddled in power-pop harmonies, I shall continue my
quest for pop stardom, stalwart and brave. Tally-ho, my midwestern friend!
I saw you were thanked in the latest Mono Puff album...very cool.
Love, a fan
Very cool, indeed. I've been a fan of They
Might Be Giants (John Linnel & John Flansburgh) and their various
spin-off projects for years. Linnel was in a Brown University/
Providence band called The Mundanes when I matriculated. I used to play
their single, "Funnier Than Love" on the jukebox at one of the campus
pubs, dancing new wavedly all the while. One of my earliest party-going
memories was seeing The Mundanes at Sigma Chi fraternity during my
freshman year. The lead singer, Marsha, gave me a woody. My next
encounter was on my now ex-wifeís and my first date: a multi-band bill
at the Ritz in NYC, featuring TMBG and Fishbone. In 1994, my friend 'n'
collaborator David Yazbek knew the two Johns and invited them to appear
on the second Carmen Sandiego CD I co-produced. Their "Why Does The Sun
Shine?" is featured on Carmen Sandiego -
Out of This World. In 1997, I befriended Flansburgh at one
of the Loser's Lounge tribute events, at which TMBG and Flansburgh's
lovely wife Robin Goldwasser are regular perfomers. I hooked him up with
Rockapella bassman Barry Carl,
with whom he recorded a splendid Mono Puff track ("Night Security" on
It's Fun To Steal)... thus the "thank you." For a 1997
Christmas show at the Bottom Line, I vocal-arranged Flansburgh's
"Careless Santa," and the GrooveBarbers backed him up, a cappella. My
Full Muscular Band then opened for Flansburgh's Mono Puff at NYCís
Mercury Lounge. In 1999, I performed with the Loser's Lounge tribute to
ABBA, opening for TMBG at The Bowery Ballroom. And the paths just keep
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