Fluffy The Pitbull | Gabardine Swine

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Gabardine Swine

by Fluffy The Pitbull

Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Rat Race
2:13 $0.99
2. Souls in the Fog
3:42 $0.99
3. Marsupial Song
2:28 $0.99
4. Surfin' the Shadow Zone
1:56 $0.99
5. This Too Shall Pass
3:57 $0.99
6. Self Destruct Mode
3:11 $0.99
7. Fear
3:28 $0.99
8. Nowhere to Go but the Mall
2:41 $0.99
9. We Hate Your World
4:18 $0.99
10. Propaganda
3:51 $0.99
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Album Notes
I'm Nicole Chaplain-Pearman a.k.a. FLUFFY THE PITBULL.
I studied classical voice & music history at university. I'd always wanted to write, and had written a bit of stuff, but all this studying took time away from creating.
Once I was through being sensible,(I never got the cushy, college teaching post I was bucking for! Perhaps it's just as well.) I got back into writing in a big way. Then I picked up a guitar and the rest, as they say, is histeria.
If you like disco, country, easy listening, lounge, "lite" rock or that schlocky pop stuff usually sung by cute, female singers who sound like they have asthma you won't like my music AT ALL.
If, on the other hand, your tastes run to the quirky side of alternative and you appreciate a mixture of dark and funny, you'll probably get quite a kick out of my stuff.
I love anything that rocks,i.e., punk, metal, hard rock, alternative, industrial, art rock etc. Some of my favourite bands are The Tea Party, The Pixies and Faith No More.
I also enjoy world music. I'm a total klezmaniac(klezmer music a.k.a "Jewish Jazz" for those of you who don't know) & general fan of Jewish music. I also really like Russian, Middle Eastern, flamenco and Japanese music (especially the Kodo drums!)
You won't hear all of these influences in my music. Some are a lot more noticeable than others, but the each played a part in the inspiration. Check it out for yourself & listen to the samples on this site. Enjoy!!




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Tim W.

If you're looking for something different, this is it.
Eclectic, quirky, humorous and intelligent.
A nice change of pace when you're tired of the same old same
same old.

Nicole, I enjoyed the evening. I wish you all well. Please tell Richard he is right about the formula for ethenol. I had had it wrong for some 50 years. But noone ever corrected my error until he did. Thanks Richard.

Phyllis Wheaton

Great voice and witty lyrics !
Enjoyed the strong vocals and the witty lyrics !

alex boisselle, ROOTS and WORLD

interesting cd. a very good first. love the band,great restraint, just what's needed, no more no less. if this is the fluffy sound, i love that too, heavy, chunky, worldy.
it's my opinion that lyrically fluffy is utterly brilliant when she lets "armagedon" happen in her lyrics... i would council her to "let loose baby". don't bother trying to save us... "this too will pass?"
let it burn fluffy, let it burn to the ground... rock on


The “Marsupial Song” – a political parody for the OB/Gyn manics of the 90s
The Marsupial Song, by Fluffy the Pitbull, points a politically correct finger at a HealthCare’s Ob/Gyn system which is hopelessly quagmired in Red Tape. The farcical suggestion -- that females should “de-evolve” to solve the crises, aptly typifies the frustration of the times.

The Marsupial Song Rocks!


A Medical Parody
A humorously unique way of pointing up the misconception of 24/7 Ob/Gyn availability in the Canadian 90s.