Urban Barnyard | Scream Like Human Beings!

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Scream Like Human Beings!

by Urban Barnyard

Songs about animals in cities. That\'s it. Really.
Genre: Rock: Cowpunk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Casey Jones's Big Entrance
3:24 album only
2. Cock Fight!
3:44 album only
3. Hot Dog
3:26 album only
4. Surfin' Sewer Rat
2:30 album only
5. Seeing-Eye Dogs
3:33 album only
6. Macaque Attack!
2:22 album only
7. The Ballad of Roy and Silo (When Gay Penguins Go Straight)
2:27 album only
8. Coyote Dance Party
3:08 album only
9. Dead Blonde Squirrelfriend
2:39 album only
10. Baby Pigeon Baby
2:41 album only
11. Johnny's Kitchen
4:40 album only
12. Bonus Track
0:47 album only


Album Notes
Urban Barnyard only sings songs about animals in the city. Considering this restriction, their oeuvre betrays a remarkable breadth! Their sound ranges from the anthemic to the sentimental, and their source material from the drunken anecdote to the New York Post. Watch in wonder as they trade instruments on virtually every song, regardless of which instruments they actually know how to play.

Phoebe Kreutz, Dibson Hoffweiler, Daoud Tyler-Ameen, and Casey Holford have surprised everyone by becoming New York Anti-Folk\'s tightest indie-rock supergroup ensemble since... okay, so NYAF has never boasted any particularly tight indie-rock bands. But between scene-alumns The Moldy Peaches and Regina Spektor, Urban Barnyard\'s shockingly fascinating songs about the metropolitan crises of the modern non-human animal stand out as epic accomplishments of sensitivity and weirdo-ism.

The band\'s new album, Scream Like Human Beings!, produced by bassist Holford, contains sparkly reimaginings of several old favorites such as \"Surfin\' Sewer Rat\" and \"Macaque Attack,\" while also delving into new territory with the rockist bombast of \"Cock Fight\" and the delicate harmonies of \"Hot Dog.\"



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