BA | My Gay Estranged Father

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My Gay Estranged Father

by BA

Bizarre, experimental pop-art music, with insanely catchy hooks and hilarious but insightful lyrics and spoken-word pieces.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Suite: Girl of My Dreams
3:11 $0.99
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2. London Vic
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3. You and Whose Army
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4. Pizza Vic
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5. Atlantis
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6. Auschwitz
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7. Champaign Song
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8. Art the Tailor
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9. Smart Bar
6:00 $0.99
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10. Niagara Vic
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11. Gwine Ta Champaign
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12. Mac Mississippi Queen
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13. Joliet Vic
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14. Chicken Train
5:36 $0.99
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15. No Panties Thursday
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16. Latin Tang
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17. Gwine Ta Champaign (78rpm Version)
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18. Gwine Ta Champaign (Cath Carroll Version)
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19. You and Whose Army (Solo Voices)
2:39 $0.99
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20. Jean Jean Ass Machine
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21. Soldier in the Army of Love
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22. Mr Nite-nite Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
BA's "My Gay Estranged Father" is a tour-de-force in avant-garde pop, not for the faint of heart.
Weird? Yes. Infectious? No question. Witty? Certainly. Insightful? Check. Provocative? You bet.
Tracks like "You and Whose Army" and "Smart Bar" contain searing commentary in impossibly good freak-show arrangements. If Leonard Cohen dipped his balls in They Might Be Giants' tea kettle, this is what you'd hear.
Get baked and check out the heavy-metal-style lyrics set to country musical backing on "Champaign Song," and then freak out to "Mr. Nite-Nite Man."
It's beyond the beyond.

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