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Open Knife Night

by Biptunia & Phil Wormuth

BipTunia music mood: Darkly cheerful Will appeal to fans of: Gary Numan, Brian Eno, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, The Doors, Depeche Mode, Jim Carroll, Frank Zappa, Robert Fripp, Blondie, Kraftwerk, Led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead, and Dead Kennedys.
Genre: Electronic: Trip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You Lie All the Time (feat. Phil Wormuth)
5:18 $0.99
2. Ol' Drunken Paul's Shaky Social Standing (feat. Phil Wormuth)
5:05 $0.99
3. Open Knife Night (feat. Phil Wormuth)
10:00 $0.99
4. Test Sex Messed Blessed (feat. Phil Wormuth)
3:35 $0.99
5. Midi Pre-Prise (feat. Phil Wormuth)
0:59 $0.99
6. Custer’s Last Hamburger Stand (feat. Phil Wormuth)
2:14 $0.99
7. Open Vein Night (feat. Phil Wormuth)
5:31 $0.99
8. Atone Goes to Hell (feat. Phil Wormuth)
0:35 $0.99
9. Nobody's Business (feat. Phil Wormuth)
5:04 $0.99
10. Gray Is the Day (feat. Phil Wormuth)
3:22 $0.99
11. Javier the Fly (feat. Phil Wormuth)
2:49 $0.99
12. Submarine Pants (feat. Phil Wormuth)
9:58 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes

BipTunia is former Warner Brothers artist Michael W. Dean (singer / bass player in Bomb) with a new record of pop / rock / industrial / ambient / trip-hop.

Unlike a lot of electronic music, this has melody and structure, won’t hurt your ears (even loud), and you’ll be humming it later. Basically it’s heavy as heck AND radio friendly.

BipTunia is based in Wyoming, yet exists everywhere.

Sometimes BipTunia also includes spoken word by Phil Wormuth. He runs the JipProd word gang in rural Maine. He and Michael went to college together in the cold war in the Rust Belt of America. They tried making this music back then, but the technology had to catch up.



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Rick Cheba

Not your mama or papa's classic rock but that's OK
After Thera, Leah, Kyleen and me dropped the top on my cherry classic 1972 Chevy Impala and cruised down the freeway, Thera pulled up this strange music on her iPhone. Unless it's classic rock and on a eight track tape, I got no time for it. I was weened on bands like Zeppelin, Floyd, The Who ect. But to my surprise I liked it., But not at first.

Despite the fact that there was no thundering bass, squealing guitar riffs, or Kieth Moon's shananigins on the drum kit, I dug it. The music and words sucked me in and now I'm told I like poetry. Who would have ever known?

Nicholas Kirkpatrick @cvramen

A 55-minute demonstration in how to collaborate with someone who is different fr
Rock star, recovering addict, contrarian, cat enthusiast, cryptocurrency engineer, story-writer, audio quality genius- Michael W Dean is the rich and diverse soil from which a tree of creation springs forth.
What kind of creation did he come up with this time? One that's way more thought-provoking and stimulating than any humdrum signed off on by any old entertainment executive wearing a Cartier and sitting behind some mahogany desk.

Michael W Dean once again offers a 50+ minute course in how to collaborate with someone who is different from you, but walking in the same direction. He does this multiple times a week with his radio show, but now demonstrates that he can do it with music as well.

Lyricist Phil Wormuth assumed the copious task of taking great care in production while also letting himself go.

Our creations are the output of who we are, what we've done, and what has happened to us.
When you hear this music, a fraction of Wormuth surrounds you. It's the pure artistic manifestation of Wormuth in the moment he applies his fingertips to the keyboard- But not in a Jackson Pollock-y kind of way, more like a- cornerback and wide receiver happily body slamming each other after a touchdown- kind of way. He was not performing labor; he was pouring his a piece of himself to the world.

Whoever thought that a humble radio show producer from Middle-of-Nowhere, Wyoming and Maine's most lustrous lyricist were able to earn themselves a full five stars? For this duo, it is par for the course. Expect more quality content from them in the future.