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Alien Music Club "Club Funk"
Club Funk
  • Performed By: Alien Music Club
  • Album: Alien Music Club
  • Album UPC: 689076330220
  • Album ID: alienmusicclub
  • Label: Alien Music Club
  • CD Baby Account: CDB00042249
  • CD Baby Track ID: 789999
  • ISRC: ushm20492944
  • Released: 01/01/04

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Brian Setzer meets Frank Zappa combining jazz, funk, punk, rockabilly, & 60's nostalgia. The style is 'anything goes' touching on every genre imaginable with clever, insightful lyrics. Artistry that has come to fruition.


Alien Music Club is an eclectic blend of alternative music in diverse musical genres ranging from all forms of rock to jazz to funk to anything in between with intelligent lyrics and a playful sense of humor. AMC is actually my pseudonym.
This CD along with "Top Secret" (see the link on this page) are sort like a double CD, all part of the same project. Both have a thread of rockabilly influence along with jazz, rock, blues and funk influences. This one starts off with "Geezer in the Gator" which is a hilariious tune about a white-haired woman in a recreational vehicle. Next is "Mary Wright" about a hard-core, conservative girl who you better not mess with. "You've Got A Lot of Nerve" is about celebrities who want to be politicians. "Incredible Shrinking Man" about what happens to your stature as you get older. Check our website for a cool video that goes with "Right Where I Belong". Skipping to "Better Leave A Message" which is about the frustrating world of voice mail. This links to the Top Secret CD mentioned earlier with "Damn That Spam" which is on the subject of irritating junk email. "My Magic Toenail" is a silly lyric that came from a Space Ghost cartoon where an animated character named Brakk sings wistfully about his magic toenail. Then there's "Down In 'Dosta" an autobiographical tune which can be cross-referenced to "Daddy Was A Pecan Man" on Top Secret for more biographical trivia. There's much more to this effort including some instrumentals and cover tunes. A splendid time is guaranteed for all. Please check out both CD's and our website! Many, many sincere thanks to each & every one of you for supporting indie music!
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