Southern Fried Swing
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The project began in 1992, and the pair (occasionally joined by friend Pat Finn) would record countless songs while touring with Weezer throughout the 90s, often in hotel rooms and on buses, and often utilizing low-quality beginner keyboards acquired from thrift stores, Salvation Armys, and Radio Shacks. This combination of weirdness and low-quality equipment made for incredibly strange, yet unique songs. The group has only one full release to date, "Free Flight Thru the Universe of Sound", as well as a single released on their website (and later their MySpace page), Angel Wings.
The first rule of Southern Fried Swing: There is no Southern Fried Swing.
The second rule of Southern Fried Swing: There won't be a Southern Fried Swing.
The third rule of Southern Fried Swing: Hey, check out that Southern Fried Swing!
- ”Angel Wings” (2003)
- ”Martha” (1992/1993)
- ”The Complete History of Techno” (1995)
- ”Brady” (2000)
- ”San Hosey” (2001)
- ”My Baby Went to Africa” (2001)
- ”Buplase” (2001)
- ”Banana Party” (2002)
- ”Autotransformer” (2002)
- ”Mystery Bongo Puma Song” (2002)
- ”Beefer's Foul (FKA The Animal Kingdom)” (2004)
- ”Hawaiian Ducks” (2004)