Throughout 2016 we’ll post a bunch of songs from deep down in the vaults of the Quit Your Dayjob basement tapes. Once a month there will be some leftover ditty up for grabs. It might be from an old rehearsal demo or a live recording. Or maybe some track that didn’t make it onto an album. They might have nothing in common. Except that they are all handcrafted under the Quit Your Dayjob motto: ”Shit music for shit people”

Generation Chop Up Mess (1999)

231179Posted by Quit Your Dayjob Mon, April 04, 2016 23:57:39
This must have been one of the first QYDJ songs written, we had not yet found our recipe, but you can hear us searching. The tempo is kind of mellow, sounds bluesy… Recorded on one of the first early digital porta studios, the KORG D8. The use of a Hammond B3 sound and a slide guitar was probably a onetime only. Nutty.

just put it in a blender/ comes out real juicy & tender

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