Air Oat Bag Sprocket Elements

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This track is notable for more reasons than its curious title. For one, the lyrics are the brain birth of non-literate bassist Matthew Schmill, who in the spring of 1999 penned a small, yet potent batch verse that could compel any postmodern literary theorist to emit in their britches. If that isn't enough(and for many it is), the track also contains a nice Fender Rhodes solo by the bayesian frequentist and frequentist nullus collaborator, Richard Lovejoy. Lovejoy would often race to the Brown Bunker straight from the corporate boardroom, still clad in his pink Van Heusen, to convene in holy communion with Nil until his piano keys would reverse themselves and he could no longer play. Recorded on October 22, 2001.

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from Virtual 45RPM #2, released April 22, 2013
Adams - Drums & Recitations
Schmill - Bass
Devlin - Guitar
Richard Lovejoy - Keyboards

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NIL Easthampton, Massachusetts

Nil began making music in Amherst MA, early in 1998. They played roughly once per week, recording over 500 cassette tapes, until March, 2003, when 2 of the band members were destroyed by an exploding furnace. These are the tapes they made while they existed. ... more

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