Thursday, January 26, 2017

Two Versions of Time Goes With It

Time Goes With It Weird

Oh, my stars, I just realized that I'd never posted the original, forward-facing version of the Pweetnyath song (the song from 1-6-17: PWETNYAT). The original one is called Time Goes With It, and it was written sometime in 2015. When I took the samples of the 2 dudes talking, the mustache-guy was saying "would you like some turpentine to go with it?" But if you lop off the "would you like some turp," you end up with something that sounds like "time go with it," which formed the basis of that original song.

Then, the song called "Time Goes With It Weird," is what that "Pweetnyath" song sounds like when you play it backwards.  Actually, I cheated a little when I mixed down the Pweetnyath" song, in that I cut out the vocal part in the bridge that translates to "he sees that it's gone" when you turn it around. I did that cuz it sounded all dumb and out of sync with everything else. But it works okay when you turn it around and make it into the weird version of Time Goes With It.

Crap, I hope all this isn't all confusing. Sometimes I have trouble describing backwards versions of forwards songs and backwards versions of backwards songs, which are actually just weird versions of forwards songs.

Oh, yeah, and crap. Oh, fuck. There's yet more bullshit going on with that dumb pipeline, so if you wanna donate to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, here's the link again:

Friday, January 20, 2017

Ear Menner Singing Fear Fat

Here's this week's song. As I promised last week, this week's song is the backwards version of last week's song. I think, in this case, the backwards version is kinda similar, mood-wise, to the original one, but maybe slightly less depressing cuz it's got an almost sacred feel to it.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Everything Is In Between

Oh, my, this week's song is in English. I was initially a little bummed out cuz the lyrics sounded too general to me. (Or, you know, not about something specific, like I usually like to do). But it actually turned out to be a pretty good portrayal of depression. Or maybe it's more like a song about how depressing the world is. That might be what it is.

Stay tuned for next week's song, cuz it'll be the backwards version of this week's song. I actually like the performance in the backwards one a wee bit better. Yesiree.

Friday, January 6, 2017


This song's called Pweetnyath. It's another weird, backwards version of a song from that rock opera I did about a year ago. Or, wow, more than a year ago now. I'm old. This is one of those songs where the mood of the forwards version of it and the backwards version are kind of the same. (That's not always the case). I'll have to play the turned-around version for you at some point. The "they wouldn't ask you" guy is a really minor character. That's why this is the first time there's been a picture of him on here.