The Cubby Creatures | The Blessed Invention

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The Blessed Invention

by The Cubby Creatures

The cult classic by cult rock popsters The Cubby Creatures, back when they were just learning how to play their instruments and just beginning to develop their Cubby philosophy/ideology.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Invocation of the Cubby
0:16 $0.29
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2. squeaking for satan
2:42 $0.89
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3. Up Song
3:22 $0.89
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4. Amorphous Love Song
3:56 $0.89
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5. Message to John John
2:55 $0.89
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6. sexual buddha
3:09 $0.89
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7. Kathy had a vision
1:48 $0.89
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8. Mister Mister Mister
5:45 $0.89
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9. Boys 'n' Barry Jam
3:35 $0.89
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10. Scratched By an Alien
2:03 $0.89
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11. Until the Quake Comes
2:47 $0.89
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12. (Everyone Be Nice To) Suzie
8:46 $0.89
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13. The Magic That Is Hidden and Is a Big Fat Secret!!!!!
21:50 $0.89
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Album Notes
The Blessed Invention was The Cubby Creatures' first full-length release and is representative of the period spanning The Cubby Creatures' beginning as a four-piece in 1997, through their addition of clarinetist Karl in 1998, and up to the time when they were a six-piece with keyboardist Bill. Within a year and a half of its release, Cubby co-founder jol would leave the band allowing the Creatures to set off on a new path, refining their music and musical style. The Blessed Invention shows the Cubby Creatures at, perhaps, their most chaotic, unreserved, and freeform.

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