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Album: The Graduate
# Song Title   Time
1)    Download This Song
2)    Roommate from Hell, The
3)    21 Concepts
4)    Hot Topic Is Not Punk Rock
5)    Rapgirl
6)    Generic Crunk Rap
7)    Ahab
8)    iGeneration
9)    If I Had a Time Machine, That Would Be Fresh
10)    Internet Relationships (Are Not Real Relationships)
11)    Space Game
12)    Dialogue, The
13)    Six Degrees of Kurt Cobain
14)    Signing Emo
 
New or Used: £7.89

Album: The Graduate
# Song Title   Time
1)    Download This Song
2)    Roommate from Hell, The
3)    21 Concepts
4)    Hot Topic Is Not Punk Rock
5)    Rapgirl
6)    Generic Crunk Rap
7)    Ahab
8)    iGeneration
9)    If I Had a Time Machine, That Would Be Fresh
10)    Internet Relationships (Are Not Real Relationships)
11)    Space Game
12)    Dialogue, The
13)    Six Degrees of Kurt Cobain
14)    Signing Emo
 
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Performer Notes
  • Also released on 06/21/2007 on Horris Records.
  • Personnel: Steve Connelly (vocals); Rob Seals (guitar); Moob Arby (synthesizer).
  • Recording information: Battery Studios, Manhattan; Bowl Noodle North, San Francisco, CA; One Good Tem Studio, Los Angeles, CA; RMS Studios, Manhattan; Sapone Productions, Long Islan; Truck Studios, Oxford, England.
  • Author: Jello Biafra.
  • Photographers: Tom Gates; Sandra Waibl; James Louis; Robert Neilson; Justin Gaynor; Matthew Yazzie.
  • Taking the "Weird Al" aesthetic to the alternative hip-hop world, the internet phenomenon MC Lars comes out on 2006's THE GRADUATE. The Berkeley rapper casts the net wide, taking on emo, crunk, music downloading, internet dating, bad roommates, his own inadequacy (and whiteness), faux punk rock, and even the Great American Novel. Lars is an ace mimic, perfectly aping various styles with the accuracy and thoroughness of the aforementioned king of parody. What makes MC Lars especially successful is that while he can be silly, he rarely resorts to being coy or trite; "Signing Emo" goes beyond the easy target's clich‚s, creating compelling characters like A&R man Marty and earnest iconoclast Blake, and a realistic screamo hit to tweak. Most importantly, Lars is clearly a rapacious music fan, quoting everyone from Iggy Pop to Jay-Z to Supergrass on a clarion call of a novelty debut.
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