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The Doubble Donkey Disc

by Ozma

What a country! Ten new hit songs in American style double themed full-length rock music CD!
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fight of Yuri Gagarin
2:24 album only
2. No One Needs to Know
4:06 album only
3. Korobeiniki
2:18 album only
4. You Know the Story
3:20 album only
5. Landing of Yuri Gagarin
3:04 album only
6. The Business of Getting Down
4:56 album only
7. Maybe in An Alternative Dimension
4:50 album only
8. Immigrations Song
4:59 album only
9. Flight of the Bootymaster
4:18 album only
10. Continental Drift
5:47 album only


Album Notes
What a country! Ten new hit songs in American style double themed full-length rock music CD!

Last year Kung Fu did the world a favor when it took over Ozma's self-produced masterpiece debut (Rock and Roll Part 3). This year history repeats itself as we do the same thing for the band's new Doubble Donkey Disc. Previously sold only at live shows, the DDD is now available through Kung Fu and will be heavily pushed as the band's most current release when they rock the main stage at the 2002 Warped Tour all summer long.

The DDD is a transitional work bridging Ozma's traditional past with their revolutionary future. The songs represent more advanced and eclectic composing as the band rockets out of Weezer's shadow and into their own thing.

At Kung Fu we have a saying: "If doing your own thing means writing a double concept pop-punk album based on dual Soviet and Urban themes, make sure it's the greatest one of those ever produced." That's what we have here and we can't help but think that if the KGB would have heard this record during the Cold War, they would have traded in their surveillance equipment for guitars and defected immediately.



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A really interesting record from one of my favourite bands. This is an early album so not as polished as their later efforts, but they always rock.