MCR/Electric Otto | The Rubbastomach Album: Da Monsters On Belle Isle

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The Rubbastomach Album: Da Monsters On Belle Isle

by MCR/Electric Otto

"DETROIT FUNK CITY IS UNDER ATTACK. BELLE ISLE IS UNDER ATTACK. MUST MAKE MORE ROBOTS. MUST MAKE MORE ROBOTS." MCR/ELECTRIC OTTO: ELECTRICOTTOSFUNKFACTORY.COM
Genre: Electronic: Funk
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1. Dabadlilgal & Datolietbrushdawg
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2. Raisinhead & Nuthead
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3. The Prune Clan
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4. Ronnie O' Neal Mackadoches
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5. MCR
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6. The Car Dealer
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7. The Tyrannosaurus King
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8. The Rubbastomach
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9. Electric Otto
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Album Notes
Story: As the Wars for Detroit continue, several of the Monsters engage in an all out brawl on Belle Isle. Reason: To take it over and then use it as a base to control the Waterfront and Downriver.

Watching the War from his monitors in the Funk Factory, Electric Otto cannot let this continue. He sends out an Army of his Robots to fight the evil gangs.

To gurantee the gangs are stopped, Electric Otto transforms into MCR to fight the evil Monsters head on. The Rubbastomach stays at the Factory guarding it.

Credits-MCR/ELECTRIC OTTO(Matthew MCR Ellison II): Fender Aerodyne Jazz Bass, Fender 1960 Fretless Jazz Bass, Yamaha PSR-280, BP-200 Modeling Bass Processor, DR-770 Drum Machine, Fostex MR-8, Roland SP 404, Artwork, CD Design, Story, Mixing & Production.

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