Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

by A Halo Called Fred

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Includes the critically acclaimed 1996 tracks produced by Claude Coleman (drummer for Ween), remixed songs from the 1994 EP Body Parts and Flying Things, plus additional low-fi oddities as only the original three-man/one-invisible-friend Halo could play it.

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"There will never be another Disneyland.

So went the words of America’s second favorite cryogenically frozen Nazi. Forty years and three Disneylands later, it seems the holy vision of these prophetic words is ever crumbling, as a once proud empire of propaganda cowers behind a mask of political correctness, swims in the blood of dead puppeteers, and tosses away a man’s vision for an ideal future in exchange for product endorsement.

But that man is back to avenge himself from beyond the grave. For in your hands you now hold the first Rock and Roll album featuring vocals by Walt himself. It appears that after A Hard Day’s Night in the studio, the Halo realized that their tune I Wanna Be Your Nose had only utilized seven of the eight tracks available to it, and proceeded to add an eighth track which may well have been a secretly taped conversation between Walt Disney and J. Edgar Hoover. Disney’s spirited Rock and Roll stylings dominate the song, and permeate the mood of the entire album. Although this mysterious eighth track never made it into the final mix, critics everywhere are sure to agree that the album is Disney’s greatest creative achievement to date.

In another forty years, Disneylands will be a dime a dozen. But of this, there will be no doubt in anyone’s mind:

There will never be another Sgt. Pepper."

- Melvin Toast, January 1996

credits

released October 19, 2004

Geverend Dee, Brushwood Thicket Farmer, Jim Bob Rubbernecker, I.F. Chester, plus Gerrymiah T. Bullfrog on tracks 1-7.

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